iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System V100R002C01

Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management
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................2 Creating a Single NE........................................................................12 UNI Services......................................2.............................6 Enable the ASON Feature of a Board..............................................................1-47 1................................1-21 1..............9 Copper Services....................................2...................4....................................................................................................1 SDH ASON Network Configuration............................3.......1-14 1..................................................................1-11 1...............................................1-40 1.....1-27 1....3...............................2....................................11 Setting Control Plane Parameters.................1-25 1..........7 Creating Domains for an ASON Network..........................................................................3..............................1-39 1..............................................................................2.............................................................................1-6 1...............................................................................................................................................................2..........................................3........................................1-31 1.......................8 Silver Services.......................1-13 1............................................................................................................2......................................3 Creating an ASON Topology.......2............................................................................................1-46 1................................................................10 Setting the Primary NE or Secondary NE.....................................................................................................................1-23 1..................................................................................1-29 1......................................................1-16 1.3....................3........................4 Managing the ASON Protocol..............................................................................1 Modifying the LMP Discovery Type.......................................................................................3.........................................1-38 1.........................2...........3....................................................6 Diamond Services........................................1-44 1..........1 Creating NEs in Batches.....................5 SLA..........5 Uploading NE Configuration Data............2 Function Structure of the ASON.........11 OVPN............................1-39 1.........................................................................................4 Enabling the ASON Feature ............................................1-35 1........................................................................................................................................ Ltd.................12 Viewing ASON NE Software Version................................................1-42 1.......................1-41 1.......................................................................................................1-4 1...............10 Iron Services...........4 ASON Links.................4......................3.......................................................................................................................3....................3.......................8 Synchronizing ASON NEs...............2................................................iii 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks........................2.................1-5 1....................................................1-48 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.....................................................................................................................9 Automatically Creating Fibers According to TE Link.......................... vii ......................................................1-33 1............................................................................................2 ASON.........2......2 Querying the LMP Discovery Type.............................................1-1 1...................................3 Setting the Node ID....................................iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Contents Contents About This Document........................1-44 1.......................................1-42 1.........................7 Gold Services.........................................1-36 1..................2...............1-37 1................................................3 Disabling the LMP Protocol..............................................4........................................1 Basic Concepts of ASON........3.....................................................................1-8 1...............1-26 1......................3 ASON Protocol..

9 Creating Two Associated SDH ASON Trails..................8 Creating Out-Fiber Control Channels...........5.....1-61 1..................................5 Encrypting the OSPF Protocol.............................................................1-67 1........ Issue 02 (2010-09-24) ...............................................................................................................................1-67 1............9 Querying the Information About the Timeslots on the Link Sections..............................6.............................................................................5..............1-92 1...........................................................1-120 1.................................................8 Querying VC4 Timeslot Occupation Status...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-69 1.............................................................6......................................................6....1-72 1.....................................1-69 1......1-50 1................6....8 Creating ASON Services..1 Synchronizing Control Links Networkwide............7 Creating an SRLG..........................1-89 1...............................1-91 1........................5....................Contents iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1...................................... Ltd.................4.......................7...........6...................................................................................................................................8..........................4 Managing a Hybrid Network Composed of an ASON Clock Subnet and a Traditional Clock Subnet ...11 Creating a Virtual Interfaces............1-121 viii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co...................................................................................1-85 1.........8........1-118 1.....................................................................................5.....................................................11 Creating ASON Services in Batches..........................................................................................10 Setting ASON Trail Association........4 Configuring the Link Distance................................................................1-115 1..............................4 Disabling the OSPF Protocol.1-49 1..........................................................4.........................................2 Querying the SRG Related to a TE Link..............................1-85 1..............................................................6................................................................................1 Synchronizing ASON Trails............................1-96 1......................................................................6..........................................5 Creating a Copper ASON Service..................................1-104 1..................6...1-64 1......................................................7 Creating an ASON Server Trail..................8...........8..2 Creating a Diamond ASON Service.............8 Creating a Segmented ASON Server Trail......................1 Creating an ASON Clock Subnet..........................................6.................6 Setting the OSPF TE Link Flood Threshold.....8.....................................................1-54 1.................................................6........................1-89 1..8......................8.............................................................14 Deleting an Interrupted TE Link Manually..................................4..........................................1-74 1......................................................................................4........................................................................................................1-51 1................13 Creating a TE Link Based on Virtual Interfaces...................6 Creating an Iron ASON Service....................1-50 1...................................7..6..............................................4......5 Setting the Custom Cost of the TE Link .................6 Managing Link Resources........................................................................................5..........7....................................................1-77 1.........................3 Viewing TE Links....6....................8........................5 Setting the Clock Fault Recover Time.....7 Encrypting RSVP......................8.....................................................................................................1-100 1......2 Synchronizing TE Links.....1-80 1........1-78 1..........................1-72 1................................................................................................................................5 Managing ASON Clock Subnet...........................................................................................................1-54 1....1-107 1.................7 Managing SRGs............................................8.............1-73 1....................................................4 Creating a Silver ASON Service................................1-57 1.......................2 Converting a Preconfigured ASON Clock Subnet into an ASON Clock Subnet.......................................................1 Creating an SRG....1-71 1.....................................................6...........................................3 Converting a Traditional Clock Subnet into an ASON Clock Subnet................................6.......................3 Creating a Gold ASON service..................12 Creating a Virtual TE Link.......................10 Setting Resource Reservation.....................................................................1-111 1....6 Setting the Usage Threshold of Fiber Resources............................................8.....1-71 1...................1-70 1................................1-75 1...1-84 1...............................................1-90 1.....................................................................1-52 1.3 Querying the SRG Related to an ASON NE....

..............................11..............2 Creating a VC12 Service Between Traditional NEs that Cross an ASON Domain.................. Ltd.....16 Managing UNI Services...............................4 Downgrading an ASON Server Trail to a Traditional Server Trail...................................1-129 1........................................13..............................................9.....3 Migration Between ASON Services....................................1-194 1..................3 Creating a VC4 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE........1-133 1..............................................................................4 Creating a VC12 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE..............................................................10...................16............................................................................1-200 1.....1-141 1..1-136 1........13 Creating Services Between an ASON NE and a Traditional NE........1-193 1................................................................1-178 1..11 Migrating ASON Services......6 Migration Between ASON Server Trails.......................1-139 1.........................................iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Contents 1....................................2 Setting the Routing Attributes.........................................................................13.........1-125 1..............4 Performing Switching at the SNCP Access End......................14 Accessing a Traditional Network to an ASON Through Linear MSP...3 Setting the Scheduled Reversion Time..................................................1-133 1.........1-126 1.....2 Creating SNCP Services Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain.....................1-202 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..............1-137 1........1-152 1.....................................................................................................................1-193 1...........................................................................................................................6 Creating a 1+1 VC4 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE...............1-197 1.............12 Creating ASON Trail Groups...................................5 Setting the UNI Access Policy.......8...................................................15..........................16........................1 Flow of Configuring UNI Services.......................................................................................7 Creating a 1+1 VC12 Service Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain................................................9......1-130 1........1-156 1...1 Reverting ASON Trails...............................1-174 1.....................................1-136 1...9.............11......................................4 Setting the B3 Alarm to Trigger Rerouting................................................................16..................1-138 1.......4 Setting the Information About the OIF UNI .............................13...........11..............................................5 Upgrading a Traditional Server Trail to an ASON Server Trail..................9.............9.................11......6 Setting Shared MESH Restoration Trail.....15.........1-182 1.....10.........................9...16....13 Deleting an ASON Trail........1 Creating the SNCP Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE...................................1-149 1.....................11......1-127 1........................1-142 1..........................1-196 1............13........10 Modifying the Route of an ASON Service...........................................9 Modifying the Attributes of ASON Services.......................13...................................5 Creating a 1+1 VC12 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE....3 Querying the Information About the SNCP Accessed Service.........1-187 1..................7 Setting the Original Route......................................................................15...........1-170 1.............................................15........8 Creating a 1+1 VC4 Service Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain..16.....................1-140 1.........3 Setting the Information About the GMPLS UNI ............13........................ ix ...................................................1 Creating a VC4 Service Between Traditional NEs that Cross an ASON Domain...................2 Enabling the UNI Feature of an ASON NE......................................1-132 1..........9....5 Setting Preset Restoration Trail...................................................2 Upgrading a Traditional Service to an ASON Service........................................................11.......1-164 1............1 Viewing ASON Service Attributes...1-127 1....1-195 1.................1-131 1......1-145 1..1-159 1...................8..................................1-182 1.............15 Accessing a Traditional Network to an ASON Network by Using the SNCP Accessed Service.........................................................................1-134 1......................1 Downgrading an ASON Service to a Traditional Service..................................13...............13.......1-135 1............1-129 1..........................................................2 Optimizing an ASON Service................................................................................................................................................................................12 Deactivating the SDH ASON Trail............................................................1-145 1.............

......................................................................1-210 1.............................................3 Creating an OVPN Customer......................18........1-225 1........9 Setting the Control Plane Performance Threshold ...................................................................................1-223 1.........2-6 2..................................................7 Querying the Services of the OVPN Customers............................1-212 1....................................3 Querying ASON Trail Alarms.......................................................2 Importing Data from MDS to U2000............................1 Querying Control Plane Alarms......................6 Setting the Information About the GMPLS UNI Link.......4 Suppressing Control Plane Alarms..............................................2-4 2.........................5 Suppressing Control Plane Alarm Events.............................2...............................19..................................................................19..8 Querying UNI Services......................................2........................................2.................................................2-7 2...............2............................1-222 1..........................18....................7 Monitoring the Control Plane Performance..1-219 1............................................2-7 2................. Ltd.................................2-13 2..2-5 2....1-208 1...................................19................2-8 2.................................6 Querying TE Link Alarms.........................................................................17....2....................................3-1 x Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.........................................6 Querying the TE Link Resources of the OVPN Customers....19....................................................................................................1-217 1......................1 Precautions for Routine Maintenance.............................17............................................10 Checking the Running Status of ASON Trails.........................................16..................................................................................2...........................1-224 1.....................................................................................................................7 Creating a Performance Filtering Template................................1-218 1....................1-218 1..................................................................................1-208 1........................................................................................2-9 2..............................16........ Issue 02 (2010-09-24) ...1-213 1......................................................................11 Checking TE Links...................................................2-1 2.....2..........................................19........................4 Allocating TE Links for OVPN Customers.................................................................7 Setting the Information About the OIF UNI Link...........1 Enabling OVPN Function of ASON NE...1-216 1.......................................................2-12 2..........................Contents iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1.....................................................................................................................................................2 Creating NM User for OVPN Customer................................................................19.16.............................................2.................................2-13 3 Handling ASON Network Failures.............1 Periodically Refreshing the ASON information................................................2................2-10 2.........2.......2 Setting the Severity of Control Plane Alarm...............................17 Managing the OVPN Customers and OVPN Services......................17.............19...................................................1-223 1...........17...2.................................................................4 Querying Control Plane Alarms..............5 Querying Control Link Alarms..........8 Setting the Auto-Report Status of the Control Plane Performance Data...............................................19 Managing Control Plane Alarms and Performance Events...........................................3 Setting the Auto-Report Status of the Control Plane Alarm.5 Creating OVPN Services............9 Deleting UNI Services..2-8 2...............................................2-3 2...........................2-4 2........................1-220 1...........................................................................1-221 1........16......1-206 1..........................................................13 Checking the Activation Status of ASON Services.......................2 Routine Maintenance Items............................1-203 1.......................19..............................1-204 1...................................8 Querying the Performance of the Control Plane.................................................6 Querying the Performance of the Control Plane........................1-207 1...........................1-221 1................................................................................................................9 Querying Abnormal ASON Events.......1 Exporting Data from U2000 to MDS...............................................1-205 1.........................................2..........................1-226 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network...........12 Checking Control Links...........................17.................1-222 1...............18 Importing and Exporting Data.....17..............................2-2 2...............................................2 Querying Network-Wide Alarms.2....19...........................................17.......................

........1..........................................3 Handling Impassable TE Links...............................................................................1 Handling Link Failures.............................1.............................................................................................................. 3-8 3.....................................................................................1.................................3 Handling Trail Interruption........3-2 3............... xi ..................................................3-7 3........................... 3-7 3......................3...................................2..............................................1 Handling the Failure of Route Computation.....................3................. 3-6 3....... 3-4 3........................................3-3 3...............................................................................2 Troubleshooting Interruption of Services............................................2 Handling Impassable Component Links...........3 Handling the Failure in Creating Services in Batches.............4 Disaster Recovery..............2............................3-4 3.............................................3-6 3...................................................................................... Ltd.........................................................................4 Handling Downgraded TE Links.............................................................3-2 3.2 Handling the Failure to Allocate Labels...1 Handling Impassable Control Channels.................................................1..........2.................................................2 Handling the Failure in Creating Trails.................3-5 3.......................1 Determining Interrupted Services................. 3-8 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co........................iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Contents 3.........................................................3-3 3.......................

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..........................................................................................................................1-56 Figure 1-18 Traditional Clock Subnet............................................................................1-17 Figure 1-7 Gold services....................................1-11 Figure 1-5 Verifying component links and TE links........................ NE2................................ NE3 and NE4..............................................................1-9 Figure 1-3 ASON NE.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-28 Figure 1-11 Ethernet UNI services................................1-23 Figure 1-9 Networking diagram of an OVPN...............................................................................................................................................................................................1-12 Figure 1-6 Diamond Services............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figures Figures Figure 1-1 Three planes of the ASON.........1-30 Figure 1-12 SDH UNI services...................................1-47 Figure 1-15 Creating out-fiber control channels.........................................................1-21 Figure 1-8 A silver service........1-81 Figure 1-31 Board configuration for NE1 and NE4............................................................................................................1-79 Figure 1-29 Board configuration for NE5........1-58 Figure 1-19 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4.....................................................................................................................................1-65 Figure 1-23 Board configuration of NE1............................................................................................................ xiii ............................................. Ltd.....................1-9 Figure 1-4 Creating control channels................1-82 Figure 1-33 Schematic diagram of the physical topology of an SRG........1-78 Figure 1-28 Board configuration for NE3 and NE4.................................................1-58 Figure 1-20 ASON clock subnet..................................................................1-6 Figure 1-2 Function structure of the ASON............1-52 Figure 1-16 ASON clock subnet................................................................1-55 Figure 1-17 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4.............................1-86 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.............................................................................1-65 Figure 1-24 SRLG schematic diagram.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-61 Figure 1-21 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-75 Figure 1-26 Board configurations on NE3 and NE4..................................................1-27 Figure 1-10 Allocating TE links....................1-62 Figure 1-22 Hybrid network composed of an ASON clock subnet and a traditional clock subnet.........................................1-79 Figure 1-30 TE link based on virtual interfaces.........................................................................................................................................................................1-82 Figure 1-32 Board configuration for virtual NEs......................................................................1-73 Figure 1-25 Reserved link resources................................................................................1-46 Figure 1-14 Board configuration of NE3 and NE4.....................................1-76 Figure 1-27 Virtual TE link...........1-31 Figure 1-13 LMP discovery mode...........................................................................................................................................................

.........................................................................1-154 Figure 1-65 VC12 service requirement between traditional and ASON NEs..................1-157 Figure 1-68 1+1 VC12 service requirement between traditional and ASON NEs.................................................................................................................................1-171 xiv Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.....................................................................................................................................................1-157 Figure 1-67 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6.........................1-122 Figure 1-51 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3..1-150 Figure 1-61 VC4 service requirement between traditional and ASON NEs....................1-111 Figure 1-46 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3...............................................1-161 Figure 1-71 1+1 VC4 service requirement between a traditional NE and an ASON NE............................................................................................................1-152 Figure 1-62 Board configuration for NE1................................................................................................1-122 Figure 1-52 ASON trail group service requirement...........................................................1-143 Figure 1-54 Board configuration of NE2 and NE4...........................................................................................................................................................................................1-147 Figure 1-58 VC12 service requirement between traditional NEs..........................................................................................................................................................................1-160 Figure 1-70 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-93 Figure 1-37 Gold service requirement..............................................................Figures iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-34 Schematic diagram of the topology of the TE links in an SRG.........1-149 Figure 1-59 Board configuration for NE1-NE4.......................................................1-97 Figure 1-38 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3...1-92 Figure 1-36 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3.................................................................1-116 Figure 1-49 Two associated ASON trails ...............1-165 Figure 1-72 Board configuration of NE1-NE4....................................1-108 Figure 1-45 Diamond ASON server trail requirement............................................................................................1-146 Figure 1-56 Board configuration for NE1-NE4..............................................................1-97 Figure 1-39 Silver service requirement........1-160 Figure 1-69 Board configuration for NE1-NE4................................................................................................................................................1-146 Figure 1-57 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6..........................................................1-165 Figure 1-73 Board configuration of NE5 and NE6...1-170 Figure 1-75 Board configuration of NE1-NE4.....................1-142 Figure 1-53 Board configuration of NE1 and NE3.......................................1-150 Figure 1-60 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6................................1-86 Figure 1-35 Diamond service requirement...........1-153 Figure 1-64 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6..........................................................................................................................................................1-101 Figure 1-40 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3...1-104 Figure 1-42 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3........................................................................................................1-143 Figure 1-55 VC4 service requirement between traditional NEs.....1-156 Figure 1-66 Board configuration for NE1-NE4..................................1-101 Figure 1-41 Copper service requirement.............................................................1-115 Figure 1-48 Board configuration for NE1-NE3..................................................1-108 Figure 1-44 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3..................1-105 Figure 1-43 Iron service requirement.............................................1-118 Figure 1-50 Batch silver service requirement............................................................................................. Ltd...................................................................1-153 Figure 1-63 Board configuration for NE2-NE4.........................................................................................................................................1-166 Figure 1-74 1+1 VC12 service requirement between traditional NEs...................................................................................................1-112 Figure 1-47 Segmented ASON server trail requirement...................................................................

.....................1-180 Figure 1-83 Board configuration of NE5............................................................................................................................iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figures Figure 1-76 Board configuration of NE5 and NE6.......................................................................................................................................1-196 Figure 1-91 Setting the information about the GMPLS UNI ..........................................1-175 Figure 1-78 Board configuration of NE1-NE4.....................1-184 Figure 1-87 SNCP services between traditional NEs that cross the ASON domain................1-188 Figure 1-89 Board configuration of NE5-NE10................................... Ltd.1-214 Figure 1-98 Board configuration of NE1 and NE3................................................................................................................................1-179 Figure 1-81 Board configuration of NE1 and NE4...............................................................................................................................................................................1-199 Figure 1-94 Setting the information about the OIF UNI ........................................................1-171 Figure 1-77 1+1 VC4 service requirement between traditional NEs............................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-188 Figure 1-88 Board configuration of NE1-NE4.......................................1-180 Figure 1-84 SNCP service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE...............................1-189 Figure 1-90 Flow of configuring UNI services..1-214 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..........................................................................................................................................................................1-201 Figure 1-97 OVPN service requirements........................................1-183 Figure 1-86 Board configuration of NE5-NE7........1-198 Figure 1-93 Board configuration of NE3....................................1-179 Figure 1-82 Board configuration of NE2 and NE3......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-175 Figure 1-79 Board configuration of NE5 and NE6...................1-183 Figure 1-85 Board configuration of NE1-NE4.................................................1-176 Figure 1-80 Accessing 1+1 linear MSP.......................................................................... xv ..............1-201 Figure 1-96 Board configuration of NE3...............................................................................................................................................................................................1-198 Figure 1-92 Board configuration of NE1..................................1-200 Figure 1-95 Board configuration of NE1..............................................................................................................................................

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...........1-62 Table 1-14 Clock subnet planning...................iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Tables Tables Table 1-1 Service level...........................................1-66 Table 1-15 Virtual interface planning..........................................................................................................................1-87 Table 1-20 SRGs for NEs.............................................1-17 Table 1-4 Attributes of the rerouting 1+1 diamond service.....................................................................................................................................1-87 Table 1-18 SRGs for pipes.....................................................1-83 Table 1-17 Risk cause analysis...........................................................................................................................................................................1-25 Table 1-9 Attributes of iron services.................................................................1-87 Table 1-19 SRGs for optical cables......................................................................................1-19 Table 1-5 Attributes of the non-rerouting 1+1 diamond service.....................1-93 Table 1-23 Gold service planning................. Ltd..........................................................................................................1-21 Table 1-7 Attributes of silver services.....................................................................................1-151 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co...............................1-82 Table 1-16 Virtual TE link planning.......................................1-97 Table 1-24 Silver service planning....................................................1-123 Table 1-31 GE service planning...............................................................................................................1-147 Table 1-33 VC12 service planning between traditional NEs...............................................................................................................1-26 Table 1-10 OVPN service attributes........................................................1-105 Table 1-26 Iron service planning........................................................................................................................................1-20 Table 1-6 Attributes of gold services.................................1-88 Table 1-22 Diamond service planning...................................................................................1-29 Table 1-11 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4....................... NE2 and NE..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-15 Table 1-3 Attributes of the permanent 1+1 diamond services......................................................1-144 Table 1-32 VC4 service planning between traditional NEs...........1-15 Table 1-2 TE links used by ASON services......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... xvii ........................................................................................................1-59 Table 1-13 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4..............................................1-88 Table 1-21 SRGs for sites........................................................1-108 Table 1-27 Diamond ASON server trail planning..1-116 Table 1-29 VC12 service planning on NE1..................................................................................................1-117 Table 1-30 Silver service planning......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-112 Table 1-28 Silver ASON server trail planning............................................1-56 Table 1-12 Planning for the new clock subnet..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-24 Table 1-8 Attributes of copper services..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-101 Table 1-25 Copper service planning.....

................................. Ltd................................................... and NE9..................................................................1-172 Table 1-46 SNCP service planning of NE5.................................. NE3.................................................................................................................................................................................................... and NE10..............................1-167 Table 1-44 Service planning for NE3 and NE4......................................................................................1-173 Table 1-48 Planning of Two Silver ASON Trails..........................................1-158 Table 1-37 Service planning for double silver ASON server trails..............................1-177 Table 1-50 SNCP service planning of NE6............................................ NE4 and NE5.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-162 Table 1-40 Service planning for NE3 and NE4..............................................................1-176 Table 1-49 SNCP service planning of NE5.......................1-215 Table 2-1 Abnormal Events List.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-190 Table 1-57 Service planning for NE6..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-166 Table 1-43 SNCP service planning for NE1.........1-177 Table 1-51 Planning of Diamond Services Accessed Through 1+1 Linear MSP............................ NE8.................................1-190 Table 1-58 OVPN service planning..........................................................1-154 Table 1-35 Silver ASON server trail planning..................1-167 Table 1-45 Planning of two silver ASON trails.........................................1-163 Table 1-41 Service planning for the two silver ASON trails.........................................................................................................1-181 Table 1-52 Planning of the diamond service between NE1 and NE3..............................................................................1-166 Table 1-42 SNCP service planning for NE5.......................................................................1-185 Table 1-55 Planning of the diamond service between NE1 and NE3............................................ NE7...........................................1-189 Table 1-56 SNCP service planning for NE1......1-161 Table 1-38 SNCP service planning for NE5................................ Issue 02 (2010-09-24) ............................................................................................Tables iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Table 1-34 VC4 service planning between traditional NE and ASON NE.. NE5.......1-184 Table 1-53 SNCP service planning for NE1 and NE5......................................................................1-185 Table 1-54 Service planning for NE6 and NE7.....................................2-10 xviii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co................................................................1-158 Table 1-36 VC12 service planning for NE1......................................1-172 Table 1-47 SNCP service planning of NE6.....................1-161 Table 1-39 SNCP service planning for NE1.....................

An ASON NE refers to the equipment that has ASON features. Ltd. 1. It dynamically allocates network resources as required. you need to create a clock subnet to ensure that a consistent clock tracing relation is created for all NEs in the ASON network. The U2000 manages the ASON network by integrating the ASON features with the SDH features.1 SDH ASON Network Configuration This section describes how to configure an ASON network on the U2000.. In an actual network. thousands of connections may exist between two nodes. while each connection may be composed of multiple data links. 1. Usually. serving as the processing object of the route information. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 ASON The automatically switched optical network (ASON) is a new generation optical transmission network.5 Managing ASON Clock Subnet Clock subnet is classified into ASON clock subnet and traditional clock subnet. the default ASON protocols are configured for the NE.3 Creating an ASON Topology The ASON network uses the route protocol to create the topology information of the nodes in the network so that each node can obtain a networkwide topology. These links are regarded as a whole. 1-1 . 1. you can set again the ASON protocols you need to facilitate the management of ASON link resources and ASON services. As the network is growing larger. The U2000 can discover other ASON NEs in the network from any ASON NE. there are links that have the same attributes according to a route protocol. a more reasonable way of resource management is required to make the most of the network resources and to improve the network efficiency. Link resource management is one aspect of resource management. After the ASON topology is created.6 Managing Link Resources ASON is capable of automatically switching optical network connections under the control of the signaling network. Before configuring ASON services. 1.4 Managing the ASON Protocol After the ASON software is enabled. 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks About This Chapter You can configure an ASON network using the U2000. 1. which is known as the traffic engineer link (TE link). An ASON NE also has the features of traditional SDH NEs besides the ASON features.

1. you need to modify the attributes of ASON services in the network according to different ASON features. When the UNI is used.9 Modifying the Attributes of ASON Services As an ASON network is changing. 1. Each operator can use and manage its own TE link resources and ASON services. and pipe have the same risk. the end-to-end SNCP is implemented for the service.17 Managing the OVPN Customers and OVPN Services In the case of the OVPN. 1. 1. the client equipment can dynamically request transport resources from the transport network and release transport resources to the transport network. 1. You can configure services in an ASON domain to the diamond . by using the control signalling. This realizes end-to-end service configuration and management. and silver level. NE..13 Creating Services Between an ASON NE and a Traditional NE A network can consist of ASON NEs and traditional NEs. Ltd. you can allocate different TE link resources for each operator. 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . copper and iron. 1. and supports the in-service migration between ASON services at different levels.10 Modifying the Route of an ASON Service As an ASON network is changing. This facilitates the configuration. gold. The trail levels that an ASON server trail supports are as follows: gold. to ensure that reliability of the accessed services. you can create a 1+1 or 1:1 linear MSP at the edge of the traditional network and an ASON domain.18 Importing and Exporting Data 1-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. silver and copper.8 Creating ASON Services The trail levels that an ASON trail supports are as follows: diamond. site.7 Managing SRGs The TE links in the same optical cable.11 Migrating ASON Services An ASON network supports the migration between traditional services and ASON services.16 Managing UNI Services The UNI is the standard interface that is used to connect the client equipment to the transport network.14 Accessing a Traditional Network to an ASON Through Linear MSP When accessing services from a traditional network. gold. an ASON network is shared by multiple operators. management and maintenance of the ASON network. 1. Configuring UNI services is simpler and takes less time than configuring traditional services. When multiple operators need to share an ASON network. This facilitates the configuration. 1.12 Creating ASON Trail Groups An ASON trail group is often used with LCAS. you need to modify the route of an ASON service in the network according to different situations. It is also called an ASON trail.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1. UNI services improve the reliability and real-time performance of the transport network so that burst data service requirements can be met and end-to-end UNI services can be realized. You can find a balance point between management costs and risk control. 1. determine the risks to be managed. A label switched path (LSP) is a trail passed through by an ASON service.15 Accessing a Traditional Network to an ASON Network by Using the SNCP Accessed Service When a traditional network is accessed to an ASON network by using the SNCP accessed service. management and maintenance of the ASON network. silver. 1. and manage the risks by means of SRGs.

You can import a better planning scheme to the U2000. and use the MDS to plan the imported ASON data and work out the optimum solution.19 Managing Control Plane Alarms and Performance Events Users can suppress the control plane alarms. monitor the control plane performance. use the U2000 to apply the settings to NEs to optimize the existing ASON network. 1-3 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and set the control plane performance threshold based on actual requirements. set the autoreport status of the control plane performance.. Then. 1. You can import the ASON data on the U2000 to the MDS. Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks The existing ASON network may not be optimum. so we can use the OptiX Modeling and Design System (MDS) to optimize the network.

Ltd. To configure an ASON network. View alarms and abnormal events. refer to the ASON User Guide. The U2000 searches for ASON NEs and displays them in the topology view. and the ASON software must be enabled and runs normally after commissioning. Synchronize data networkwide. the traditional network must run normally. The U2000 can create fibers between NEs according to the TE links. To configure an ASON network by using the U2000. 1-4 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) 2 Uploading NE Configuration Data 3 Creating Domains for an ASON Network 4 Setting the Primary NE or Secondary NE Synchronizing ASON NEs 5 6 Automatically Creating Fibers According to TE Link Managing Link Resources 7 8 Creating ASON Services 9 Routine Maintenance Items Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. A more reasonable way of resource management is required to make the most of the network resources and to improve the network efficiency. do as follows: Step 1 Description Create a GNE Remarks Create the ASON NE connected with the U2000 as a GNE. Create an ASON domain and assign the ASON NEs that belong to the same ASON network to the ASON domain. The U2000 provides the endto-end ASON trail management feature.. another NE can be set as the standby of the primary NE.1 SDH ASON Network Configuration This section describes how to configure an ASON network on the U2000. For details about the commissioning and planning of an ASON network. To improve the reliability. Upload data to the U2000 to ensure that the data on the U2000 is consistent with that on the NE.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1.

control links.4 ASON Links ASON Links include control channels. 1. The silver level service is suitable for those data or internet services that have low real-time requirement. Ltd. Generally.6 Diamond Services Diamond services have the best protection ability.2. when service volume soars.2. 1. VIP private line. can use and manage only their own TE links and ASON services. are configured as copper services. The U2000 manages the ASON network by integrating the ASON features with the SDH features.3 ASON Protocol Huawei OptiX GCP applies the link management protocol (LMP) as the link management protocol. When there are enough resources in the network.2.2. 1.7 Gold Services Gold services are applicable to voice and significant data services.1 Basic Concepts of ASON The basic concepts related to the ASON are the three planes.11 OVPN The optical virtual private network (OVPN) divides the TE links in an ASON network to different customers. during holidays. 1. component links and TE links. 1. the customers. 1. such as banking.9 Copper Services The copper services are seldom used.2. the services can be configured as iron services to fully use the bandwidth resources.2. label switched path (LSP) and rerouting.12 UNI Services Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. An ASON NE also has the features of traditional SDH NEs besides the ASON features. domains and SPC (soft permanent connections).2. temporary services. Diamond services are applicable to voice and data services..10 Iron Services The iron services are also seldom used. the revertive time is hundreds of milliseconds to several seconds.2.2. OSPF-TE as the routing protocol. TE links. 1. Sharing the fiber resources. diamond services provide a permanent 1+1 protection.2. 1-5 .2 ASON The automatically switched optical network (ASON) is a new generation optical transmission network. 1. 1. 1.5 SLA The ASON network can provide services of different QoS to different clients. however. For example. and RSVP-TE as the signaling protocol.8 Silver Services Silver services. security and aviation. such as the abrupt services in holidays. An ASON NE refers to the equipment that has ASON features.2 Function Structure of the ASON An ASON network consists of ASON NEs. temporary services are configured as iron services. gold services have greater bandwidth utilization. Compared with diamond services. 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1.2.2. Generally. 1.

the transport plane. Routes are selected automatically. the ASON has three planes: the control plane. Control Plane The control plane consists of a group of communication entities. monitoring.. releasing. Network connections are automatically and dynamically completed. The control plane automatically restores the failed connections through signaling exchange. and the management plane.1 Basic Concepts of ASON The basic concepts related to the ASON are the three planes. including automatic setting up.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management A UNI service is an ASON service that is created automatically after the customer equipment initiates a request to the ASON equipment and the signaling is received. 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Switching and transmission are integrated into one system. and maintaining connections. As shown in Figure 1-1. 1-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. label switched path (LSP) and rerouting.2. Signaling controls the creation and removal of connections. Figure 1-1 Three planes of the ASON Control plane Management plane Transmission plane ASON ASON is a new generation optical network that has the following features: l l l l l Customers launch a service request dynamically. Ltd. It is responsible for the calling control and connection control. UNI services can be classified into Ethernet UNI services and SDH UNI services.

It can configures end to end service. the high-priority LSPs are restored first. rerouting is not required after failure of LSP. It maintains the transport plane. fault management. configuration management and security management. all the LSPs that are affected by the one-time fault and can be rerouted are restored in the sequence based on the priority levels. LSP is also called ASON Trail. On U2000. The working path of level 2 can not be occupied. When a node or link fails. Level 3 to level 8 services resources can be occupied by the higher level. Rerouting Priority There are 8 levels of rerouting priority. the source node deletes the original LSP. After creating a new LSP. configures cross-connection and protection switching for optical signals. the control plane and the whole system. the original LSP is not deleted. Then. Rerouting Rerouting is a means of resuming services. and its resource can not be occupied by other levels whenever. Management Plane The management plane is a complement to the control plane. Its functions include performance management. It transmits and multiplexes optical signals. 1-7 . but the temp resource used by rerouting can be occupied by level 1 service. That is.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Transport Plane The traditional SDH network is the transport plane. the source node queries and finds the best route to resume services. to create ASON services is to create LSPs. For the SDH ASON trail.. NOTE One-time fault: indicates the collection of faults that occur within the time period (shorter than period T) after a fault occurs. When an LSP is disconnected. Period T is the "one-time fault delay time". When the backup network resources are insufficient. Rerouting Lockout In some cases. CAUTION After a revertive service reroutes. the initial node creates a new LSP to transmit the service. the high-priority LSPs can empty the restoring resources of the rerouted low-priority and low-and-delayed-priority LSPs. Level 1 is the highest. In an ASON. Then you need to set rerouting lockout. LSP Label switched path (LSP) is the path ASON services pass through. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and guarantees the reliability of all optical signals. the relationships between priorities and SLA is list in the following table.

4.3. domains and SPC (soft permanent connections).7.2. gold and silver services all support the four rerouting polices..2.5. but the service only passes one of the links.7. Do not use existing trails whenever possible: During rerouting. When a fiber cut occurs in the link that carries the service.2 Function Structure of the ASON An ASON network consists of ASON NEs. 1-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.8 1. Priority of ASON NE with GCP V100R007C03 or prior version High Low Low and Delay Priority of ASON NE with GCP V100R007C03 or later version 1 2 3 Rerouting Policy Diamond. the service can first be switched to one of the other available TE links between the two nodes. the route of the new LSP is separated from the original route whenever possible. the route of the new LSP overlaps the original route whenever possible. 1.5.2 1. TE links.6.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management SLA Diamond Gold Silver Copper Iron Supported Priority 1. the best route is computed for the new LSP.3.4. l l l l Use existing trails whenever possible: During rerouting.8 Not Supported The ASON NE with the version prior than GCP V100R007C03 can not supported eight priority levels. Ltd. the relationship between old version and new version ASON NE is list in the following table. See Figure 1-2. No Rerouting constraint: During rerouting.2 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .6.2. Use simulated section restoration: There are several TE links between two nodes.

Figure 1-3 ASON NE ASON NE Signaling (RSVP-TE) Routing (OSPF-TE) Link management protocol(LMP) Communication and control Line unit CrossLine unit connection Traditional NE Node ID is the unique identification of the ASON NE in the control plane. But the node ID and the IP address of the NE must be at different network sections. the NE ID. 1-9 .. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. The format of the node ID is the same as that of the IP address. the node ID has the same meaning regarding an ASON NE and a traditional NE. As a unique identification for NEs on the transport plane. An ASON NE has the following functions in relation to a traditional NE. See Figure 1-3. and the NE IP address are independent of one another.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-2 Function structure of the ASON ASON NE TE Link UNI interface R1 SPC R4 R2 UNI interface R3 ASON domain :ASON NE :User equipment ASON NE An ASON NE is one of the topology components in the ASON. The node ID.

Switched connection (SC) is a service connection requested by a terminal user (for example. A traditional SDH service is a PC. UNI The user network interface (UNI) is the standard interface for connecting the transmission network and the client equipment. however. If the MSP is not configured in a fiber. ASON NEs do not flood their own component links to the whole network. An ASON domain consists of several ASON NEs and TE links. a router) and is then created in the ASON control plane through signaling. When ASON service is mentioned. 33-40 VC4s are the protection resources of the TE link. there are three types of resources. and protection resources. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . For example. They only manage and store their own component links. The resources of a TE link can be classified into three types: non-protection resources. NOTE Each ASON NE floods its own TE links to the whole network through OSPF-TE. working resources. there are only working and protection resources in this fiber. 1-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ASON Domain An ASON domain is a subset of a network. there are only non-protection resources in this fiber. Component Link Component link is a bandwidth unit smaller than a TE link. l l l 1-8 VC4s are the working resources of the TE link.5 Gbit/s MSP. it usually refers to SPC. Permanent connection (PC) is a service connection calculated beforehand and then created through the NM by issuing a command to NE. If the MSP is configured completely in a fiber. One inter-station fiber can be configured with one TE link. if a 10 Gbit/s (64 VC4s) optical interface is configured with a 2. The ASON NE sends its bandwidth information to other ASON NEs through the TE link to provide data for route computation. the connection between the user and the transmission network is configured directly by the NM. the TE links are allocated as follows. One ASON NE belongs to one ASON domain. The rest VC4s are non-protection resources of the TE link. The client equipment can dynamically request or release the transmission resources by means of control signaling. Ltd. The connection within the transmission network. SPC In the case of soft permanent connection (SPC).1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management TE Link TE link is a traffic engineering link.. Each NE obtains the network-wide TE links. which is classified by function for the purpose of route selection and management. One TE link consists of only one component link in the actual ASON software. If the MSP is configured on some channels of a fiber. is requested by the NM and then created by the NE's control plane through signaling.

If the messages pass the check. Node 2 returns messages to Node 1. and thus realizes end-to-end configuration of the data service. Node 2 waits for another check. 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks The traditional transmission service configuration is complex and lasts for a long time. The UNI realizes flexible and real-time service transmission in the transmission network. OSPF-TE as the routing protocol. the LMP uses the Ethernet or the D4-D12 bytes of DCC to transmit messages. which performs the check to the received messages. Node 1 transmits messages to Node 2. – After a logical board is created for an ASON NE. the LMP starts to verify the component links and TE links. Hence. indicating that the messages fail to pass the check. bandwidth and node ID. a control channel between the two adjacent nodes is created. If the messages do not pass the check. 1-11 . Then. The LMP Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 1-4 Creating control channels LMP LMP Message Node 1 Message Node 2 l Verifying component links and TE links. NOTE The UNI service connection is performed in the SC mode. the ASON software creates corresponding TE links. The following sections describe the functions of these protocols in an ASON network. l Creating and maintaining the control channels between adjacent nodes. the two nodes store the information about the control channel and identify the control channel according to the ID. and RSVP-TE as the signaling protocol. The following is the procedure of creating control channels. Ltd. LMP The LMP performs the following functions in an ASON network. – After the control channel is created. – After component links are created.3 ASON Protocol Huawei OptiX GCP applies the link management protocol (LMP) as the link management protocol. the attributes of component links are configured according to the attributes of the optical interface. Node 2 returns a message to Node 1. optical interface number. In this way.. The following is the procedure of verifying component links and TE Links. In this case. – See Figure 1-4. the ASON software creates component links for the optical interfaces of the board. When two adjacent ASON NEs start up. The attributes include slot number.2.

Figure 1-5 Verifying component links and TE links LMP Message LMP Node 1 Node 2 Message OSPF-TE The control plane of Huawei OptiX GCP applies the OSPF-TE. l l l Creates neighbor relations. the protocol then generates the information about the routes that are required for forwarding messages on the control plane. counterfeit a node of this network and transmit packets. the RSVP is extended to RSVP-TE. the OSPF-TE can then flood the information about the TE links to the entire network. which is an extended protocol for OSPF. which checks if it has the same information and returns the check result to Node 1. Node 1 transmits messages and the content to be checked to Node 2. l RSVP-TE The RSVP-TE is a protocol for resource reservation. In terms of traffic engineering. Floods and collects the information about the TE links on the transport plane. It is a type of signaling. the ASON provides the function to 1-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The protocol then generates the information about the network service topologies for service trail computation. or receive the packets transmitted by nodes in the network and repeat the attack. Ltd.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management performs the verification to verify the consistency of information at both ends of a link.. If the verification shows consistency. and performs the following functions. To prevent these network insecurities. Floods and collects the information about the control links on the control plane. According to the information. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . The RSVP-TE mainly supports the following functions: l l l l l LSP creation LSP deletion LSP attribute modification LSP rerouting LSP trail optimization Protocol Encryption An external entity may modify the OSPF-TE protocol packets of the network. As shown in Figure 1-5. Creates and maintains control links.

If several fibers exist between adjacent nodes. The information of the OSPF control links are flooded to the entire network. The equipment supports the following UNI interface functions: l l l l l Establishes the SDH UNI service.. the RSVP and OSPF-TE protocols are encrypted for authentication. Control Links Control links are the communication links created for the communication between the protocol entities of NEs. The authentication code must be a character string with no more than 64 characters. The in-fiber control channels automatically find and use the D4-D12 bytes of DCC.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks encrypt protocols. Establish the Ethernet UNI service. several control channels can be created. The verification of component links and TE links can be performed if the control channels are available between two adjacent nodes. The control channel then provides a physical channel for the LMP packets.2. The RSVP authentication is configured for nodes and the OSPF-TE authentication for interconnected interfaces (slots and optical interfaces). The check succeeds only when the authentication modes and passwords of adjacent nodes are the same.4 ASON Links ASON Links include control channels. In this way. 1-13 . control links. l l l Non-authentication: No authentication is required in this mode. plain text authentication or MD5 authentication. UNI Access Policy and Security Policy Management 1. The LMP selects only one control channel to transmit protocol packets at a time. At least one control channel should be present between two adjacent nodes. MD5 authentication: To verify the information that is encrypted by the MD5 algorithm. The control channels are classified into infiber and out-fiber control channels. The OSPF control links are created and maintained by the OSPF protocol between two nodes. there are two schemes. Currently. Control Channels The LMP creates and maintains the control channel between NEs. each Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. UNI Protocol The UNI is the standard interface for connecting the transmission network and the client equipment. namely. which should be manually configured. component links and TE links. In an ASON domain. Plain text authentication: To verify the preset password. Ltd. Deletes the SDH UNI service. The out-fiber control channel uses the Ethernet links. OIF and GMPLS. The authentication code must be a character string with no more than eight characters. Deletes the Ethernet UNI service. The authentication can be non-authentication.

they differ in terms of functions and are independent of each other. The ASON NE sends its bandwidth information to other ASON NEs through the TE link to provide data for route computation.5 SLA The ASON network can provide services of different QoS to different clients. control links are created in fibers. the TE links are allocated as follows. – 33-40 VC4s are the protection resources of the TE link. – The rest VC4s are non-protection resources of the TE link. ASON NEs do not flood their own component links to the whole network. They only manage and store their own component links. 1-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NOTE Each ASON NE floods its own TE links to the whole network through OSPF-TE. NOTE Although the control links and control channels are created in the DCC channels (D4-D12). Control links can also be created outside fibers on the condition that the OSPF protocol of the Ethernet ports is enabled. the TE link does not correspond to a fiber respectively. The signaling RSVP then uses the routes to transmit message packets. UNI Links The UNI link is the TE link between the client equipment and a network node.2.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management NE can attain the information and then can form the control topology. TE links can be regarded as fibers that have bandwidth information and protection attributes. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Ltd. and protection resources. As a kind of resources. Each NE obtains the network-wide TE links. if a 10 Gbit/s (64 VC4s) optical interface is configured with a 2. l If the MSP is configured on some channels of a fiber. If the MSP is not configured in a fiber. TE Links TE link is a traffic engineering link. Each ASON NE stores the information about the network-wide control links. working resources. – 1-8 VC4s are the working resources of the TE link. The resources of a TE link can be classified into three types: non-protection resources. Component Links Component link is a bandwidth unit smaller than a TE link. 1. One TE link consists of only one component link in the actual ASON software. a fiber can be configured with one TE link. Currently. For example. However. The ASON NEs do not flood the information about the control channels to the entire network. The OSPF-TE protocol floods the information about the control links to the entire network. l l If the MSP is configured completely in a fiber. there are only non-protection resources in this fiber. Each NE only manages and stores the information about its own control channels. because each fiber may correspond to many TE links. By default.5 Gbit/s MSP. there are three types of resources. The client equipment can establish the UNI service through the UNI link. The OSPF protocol of each NE computes the shortest control routes to each NE according to the control topology.. The routes are then recorded in the forward table. there are only working and protection resources in this fiber.

interrupted service. The data are listed as follows only for reference. Table 1-2 TE links used by ASON services Service Level Working Resource of TE Link Service creation Service rerouting Service optimization rowsep="1" Gold service Service creation Not used Not used Protection Resource of TE Link Not used Used when the resource is not enough Not used Not used NonProtection Resource of TE Link Used Used with the priority Used Used when the resource is not enough Used when the resource is not enough rowsep="1" Diamond service Not used Used with the priority Used with the priority Service rerouting Used when the resource is not enough Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. network resource and setting. Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks The service level agreement (SLA) is used to classify services according to the service protection. Table 1-1 Service level Service Protection and Restoration Scheme Protection and restoration Implementation Means SNCP and rerouting Switching and Rerouting Time Switching time < 50ms Rerouting time < 2 s Gold service Protection and restoration MSP and rerouting Switching time < 50ms Rerouting time < 2 s Silver service Copper service Restoration No protection No restoration Iron service Preemptable MSP Rerouting Rerouting time < 2 s - Diamond service Table 1-2 lists details of the TE links used by ASON services.. The rerouting time is related to the device type. as listed in Table 1-1. 1-15 .

such as banking. The same service is transmitted to the working LSP and the protection LSP at the same time. The two LSPs should be as separate as possible. One is the working LSP and the other is the protection LSP. the sink node receives the service from the working LSP. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . security and aviation.. otherwise. 1-16 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. It is also called a 1+1 service. there are two different LSPs available between the source node and the sink node.6 Diamond Services Diamond services have the best protection ability. Ltd.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Service Level Working Resource of TE Link Service optimization Used with the priority Not used Not used Protection Resource of TE Link Not used NonProtection Resource of TE Link Used when the resource is not enough Used Used with the priority Used Used Used Used when the resource is not enough Used when the resource is not enough Silver service Service creation Service rerouting Service optimization Not used Used when the resource is not enough Not used Not used Not used Used with the priority Used with the priority Not used Not used Not used Not used Copper service Service creation Service optimization Iron service Service creation Service optimization Not used 1. from the protection LSP. Diamond services are applicable to voice and data services. If the working LSP is normal. Figure 1-6 shows a diamond service.2. diamond services provide a permanent 1+1 protection. A diamond service is a service with 1+1 protection from the source node to the sink node. When there are enough resources in the network. VIP private line. For a diamond service.

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 1-5 lists the attributes of the non-rerouting 1+1 diamond service. Ltd. l If the resources are not sufficient.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-6 Diamond Services Working LSP R1 D E R4 I F A B C H R2 G R3 Protection LSP :ASON NE :User equipment There are three types of diamond services. Table 1-3 lists the attributes of the permanent 1+1 diamond service. l If the resources are sufficient. Non-rerouting diamond service: rerouting is never triggered. one LSP can still be reserved for a permanent 1+1 diamond service to ensure the service survivability. l l l Permanent 1+1 diamond service: rerouting is triggered once an LSP fails. One is the active LSP and the other is the standby LSP. Table 1-3 Attributes of the permanent 1+1 diamond services Attribute Requirements for creation Protection and restoration Permanent 1+1 Diamond Service Sufficient non-protection resources are available between the source node and the sink node. two LSPs are always available for a permanent 1+1 diamond service. Table 1-4 lists the attributes of the rerouting 1+1 diamond service. Rerouting 1+1 diamond service: rerouting is triggered only when both LSPs fail.. 1-17 .

l Supports setting the rerouting hold-off time. l Supports migration between diamond services and gold services. l After the automatically revertive diamond service is rerouted. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Does not support service association.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute Rerouting Permanent 1+1 Diamond Service l Supports rerouting lockout. Supports service optimization. 1-18 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Non-Revertive. Ltd. l Supports migration between diamond services and silver services. l Supports setting the trigger condition. l Supports setting the revertive lockout. l Supports rerouting triggered by B3 bit error. l Supports setting the WTR time. l Supports rerouting priority. the service is automatically reverted to the original path if the fault in the original path is rectified. l Supports four rerouting policies: – Use existing trails whenever possible – Do not use existing trails whenever possible – No rerouting constraint – Use simulated section restoration l Supports setting the revertive mode. l After the scheduled revertive diamond service is rerouted. Support diamond ASON server trails. l Supports setting the crankback times. Preset restoring trail Service migration Supports setting the preset restoring trail. Service switching Service optimization Service association ASON server trail Supports manual switching. the user can set the service to be reverted to the original path at a specific future time (ranging from 10 minutes to 30 days) on the NMS if the fault in the original path is rectified. l Supports migration between diamond services and copper services. and Scheduled revertive. Revertive Supports Automatically Revertive.. l After the non-revertive diamond service is rerouted. l Supports migration between diamond services and permanent SNCP connections. the service is not reverted to the original route after the fault is rectified.

Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Attribute Alarms to trigger rerouting Permanent 1+1 Diamond Service R_LOS. rerouting is triggered to create a new LSP to restore services. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the user can set the service to be reverted to the original path at a specific future time (ranging from 10 minutes to 30 days) on the NMS if the fault in the original path is rectified. l Supports four rerouting policies: – Use existing trails whenever possible – Do not use existing trails whenever possible – No rerouting constraint – Use simulated section restoration l Supports setting the revertive mode. l After the automatically revertive diamond service is rerouted. l Supports setting the crankback times. the service is not reverted to the original route after the fault is rectified. l Supports setting the trigger condition. l Supports setting the WTR time. l When the active LSP fails. Revertive Supports Automatically Revertive. l Supports rerouting triggered by B3 bit error. and Scheduled revertive. Rerouting is not triggered. B3_EXC (can be set). l After the non-revertive diamond service is rerouted. l Supports setting the rerouting hold-off time. MS_AIS. Rerouting is not triggered. l After the scheduled revertive diamond service is rerouted. l Supports setting the revertive lockout.. services are not switched. 1-19 . the service is automatically reverted to the original path if the fault in the original path is rectified. B2_EXC. l When both the active and the standby LSPs fail. services are switched to the standby LSP for transmission. R_LOF. Rerouting l Supports rerouting lockout. B2_SD. AU_AIS. B3_SD (can be set) Table 1-4 Attributes of the rerouting 1+1 diamond service Attribute Requirements for creation Protection and restoration Rerouting 1+1 Diamond Service Sufficient non-protection resources are available between the source node and the sink node l When the standby LSP fails. Non-Revertive. MS_RDI. l Supports rerouting priority.

l When both the active and the standby LSPs fail. Does not support service association. l Supports migration between diamond services and copper services. B3_SD (can be set) Table 1-5 Attributes of the non-rerouting 1+1 diamond service Attribute Requirements for creation Protection and restoration Non-rerouting 1+1 diamond service Sufficient non-protection resources are available between the source node and the sink node l When the active LSP fails. services are switched to the standby LSP for transmission. services are not switched. rerouting is not triggered. AU_AIS. B2_SD. Rerouting is not triggered.. l Supports migration between diamond services and silver services. Rerouting is not triggered. l Supports migration between diamond services and gold services. Support diamond ASON server trails. Service switching Service optimization Service association ASON server trail Alarms to trigger rerouting Supports manual switching. l Supports migration between diamond services and gold services. Service migration l Supports migration between diamond services and permanent SNCP connections. l Supports migration between diamond services and permanent SNCP connections. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l Supports migration between diamond services and copper services. Ltd. Supports service optimization. Service switching Service optimization Service association 1-20 Supports manual switching. MS_AIS. MS_RDI. R_LOF. Supports service optimization. l When the standby LSP fails. B2_EXC. R_LOS. l Supports migration between diamond services and silver services. Does not support service association.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute Preset restoring trail Service migration Rerouting 1+1 Diamond Service Supports setting the preset restoring trail. . B3_EXC (can be set).

7 Gold Services Gold services are applicable to voice and significant data services. Compared with diamond services. If the multiplex section protection fails. Ltd. This LSP must use working resource of TE links or nonprotection resource of TE links. gold services have greater bandwidth utilization. 1. Figure 1-7 Gold services R1 D A R4 E F C MSP I MSP B MSP G H R2 R3 :ASON NE :User equipment Table 1-6 lists the attributes of gold services. the ASON triggers rerouting to restore the service. 1-21 . a gold service can be configured from A to I.. When a fiber on the path of a gold service is cut. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. A gold service needs only one LSP. the ASON triggers MSP switching to protect the service at first.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Attribute ASON server trail Non-rerouting 1+1 diamond service Support diamond ASON server trails. As shown in Figure 1-7.2. Table 1-6 Attributes of gold services Attribute Requirements for creation Gold Service Sufficient working resources or non-protection resources are available between the source node and the sink node.

When MS switching fails. l Supports rerouting triggered by B3 bit error. the user can set the service to be reverted to the original path at a specific future time (ranging from 10 minutes to 30 days) on the NMS if the fault in the original path is rectified. 1-22 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the service is automatically reverted to the original path if the fault in the original path is rectified. l Supports rerouting priority. Protection and restoration When a fiber is cut for the first time. l After the non-revertive gold service is rerouted. l Supports four rerouting policies: – Use existing trails whenever possible – Do not use existing trails whenever possible – No rerouting constraint – Use simulated section restoration l Supports setting the revertive mode. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . l Supports using the working resources of a 1:N linear multiplex section protection chain to create gold services. MS switching is performed to protect services. l Supports using the working resources of a 1+1 linear multiplex section protection chain to create gold services. l Supports setting the crankback times. Rerouting Revertive Supports Automatically Revertive. l Supports rerouting lockout. and Scheduled revertive. l Supports using the working resources of a two-fiber bidirectional multiplex section protection ring to create gold services. l After the scheduled revertive gold service is rerouted. l Supports using the working resources of a four-fiber bidirectional multiplex section protection ring to create gold services. l Supports setting the WTR time. Ltd. l After the automatically revertive gold service is rerouted. rerouting is then triggered to restore services. l Supports setting the rerouting hold-off time.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute Multiplex section protection Gold Service l Supports using the working resources of a 1:1 linear multiplex section protection chain to create gold services. l Supports setting the revertive lockout. Non-Revertive. Preset restoring trail Supports setting the preset restoring trail. the service is not reverted to the original route after the fault is rectified..

R_LOS. Service switching Service optimization ASON server trail Alarms to trigger rerouting Supports manual switching. If there are not enough resources. B3_SD (can be set) 1. l Supports migration between gold services and diamond services. Ltd. Figure 1-8 A silver service E R1 D A B C E LSP after rerouting I F R4 R2 Original LSP G H R3 : ASON NE : User equipment Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.8 Silver Services Silver services. Silver services are also called rerouting services. l Supports migration between gold services and silver services. AU_AIS. the ASON triggers rerouting to restore the service. the revertive time is hundreds of milliseconds to several seconds. Supports service optimization. B3_EXC (can be set). When an LSP failure. the ASON triggers rerouting from A to create a new LSP that does not pass the cut fiber. B2_SD.. B2_EXC.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Attribute Service migration Gold Service l Supports migration between permanent connections and gold services. Supports gold ASON server trails. As shown in Figure 1-8. service may be interrupted. MS_RDI. If the fiber between B and G is cut. R_LOF.2. MS_AIS. The silver level service is suitable for those data or internet services that have low real-time requirement. A-B-G-H-I is a silver service trail. 1-23 . Hence. services are protected. l Supports migration between gold services and copper services.

l Supports setting the crankback times. and Scheduled revertive.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Table 1-7 lists the attributes of silver services. l Supports setting the rerouting hold-off time. Non-Revertive. l Supports four rerouting policies: – Use existing trails whenever possible – Do not use existing trails whenever possible – No rerouting constraint – Use simulated section restoration l Supports setting the revertive mode. When the original LSP fails. l Supports rerouting priority. l Supports setting the WTR time. the service is not reverted to the original route after the fault is rectified. Table 1-7 Attributes of silver services Attribute Requirements for creation Service restoration Rerouting Silver Services Sufficient non-protection resources are available between the source node and the sink node. l Supports rerouting triggered by B3 bit error. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . l Supports rerouting lockout.. rerouting is triggered to create a new LSP to restore services. the user can set the service to be reverted to the original path at a specific future time (ranging from 10 minutes to 30 days) on the NMS if the fault in the original path is rectified. Supports setting the shared mesh restoration trial for revertive silver trials. 1-24 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Revertive Supports Automatically Revertive. l Supports setting the revertive lockout status. Ltd. the service is automatically reverted to the original path if the fault in the original path is rectified. l After the non-revertive silver service is rerouted. l After the automatically revertive silver service is rerouted. l After the scheduled revertive silver service is rerouted. Preset restoring trail Shared mesh restoration trail Supports setting the preset restoring trail.

l Supports migration between copper services and traditional services. If an LSP fails. 1-25 . Table 1-8 Attributes of copper services Attribute Requirements for creation Service restoration Service migration Silver Service Sufficient non-protection resources are available between the source node and the sink node. l Supports migration between copper services and diamond services. l Supports migration between copper services and gold services. such as the abrupt services in holidays. B2_SD. l Supports migration between copper services and silver services. MS_RDI. Does not support rerouting. are configured as copper services. it cannot be optimized before reverting to its original route. R_LOF. B3_SD (can be set) 1.. B3_EXC (can be set). l If a revertive silver service reroutes. Generally. Service association ASON server trail Alarms to trigger rerouting Supports service association. Ltd. Service optimization l Supports service optimization.9 Copper Services The copper services are seldom used. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l Supports migration between silver services and copper services. l Supports migration between diamond services and silver services.2. l Supports migration between gold services and silver services. R_LOS. Service optimization Service association Supports service optimization. Supports silver ASON server trails. B2_EXC. Copper services are also called non-protection services. MS_AIS. AU_AIS. Table 1-8 lists the attributes of copper services. temporary services. services do not reroute and are interrupted. Supports service association.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Attribute Service migration Silver Services l Supports migration between permanent connections and silver services.

the service is interrupted. during holidays. Iron services apply non-protection resources or protection resources of the TE link to create LSPs. After the MS is recovered. Supports migration between iron services and extra permanent connections. the following resources can be used: l Protection resources of 1:1 linear MSP l Protection resources of 1:N linear MSP l Protection resources of two-fiber bidirectional MSP l Protection resources of four-fiber bidirectional MSP Service restoration Service migration Service optimization Does not support rerouting.2. When the iron service uses the non-protection resources. temporary services are configured as iron services. the iron service is preempted and the service is interrupted. Thus. the iron service is restored.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute ASON server trail Silver Service Supports ASON server trails. When an LSP fails. services are interrupted and rerouting is not triggered. To create iron services. For example. Ltd. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . preemption and restoration of the iron service are all reported to the U2000. if the MS switching occurs. when service volume soars. An iron service is also called a preemptable service.10 Iron Services The iron services are also seldom used. 1. The interruption. 1-26 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. if the network resources are insufficient.. the iron service may be preempted by the rerouted silver service or diamond service. Table 1-9 Attributes of iron services Attribute Requirements for creation Multiplex section protection Iron Service Sufficient protection resources or non-protection resources are available between the source node and the sink node. the services can be configured as iron services to fully use the bandwidth resources. l Table 1-9 lists the attributes of iron service. Generally. Supports service optimization. l When the iron service uses the protection resources of the TE link.

In addition. certain timeslot resources are separately allocated to OVPN customers 1 and 2. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the OVPN License can be started on the NMS side. As shown in Figure 1-9.2. The network management (NM) users of OVPN customers 1 and 2 are separately created on the U2000. 1-27 . Ltd. can use and manage only their own TE links and ASON services.. OVPN customers 1 and 2 can separately manage and maintain their timeslot resources and ASON services. you must ensure that all the ASON NEs in the ASON domain enable the OVPN function. One NM user can manage multiple OVPN customers.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. the customers. Then.11 OVPN The optical virtual private network (OVPN) divides the TE links in an ASON network to different customers. Sharing the fiber resources. Multiple NM users can be created for one OVPN customer. Figure 1-9 Networking diagram of an OVPN Server Client Client Client OVPN Customer 1 NM User Admin OVPN Customer 2 :Timeslot resouce of OVPN customer 1 :Timeslot resouce of OVPN customer 2 Enabling the OVPN Function To perform the OVPN function. OVPN customers 1 and 2 can log in to the U2000 through their respective clients and NM users. however.

Each NM user represents the corresponding OVPN customer. TE链路 . an OVPN user manages OVPN customer resources and services. Considering the security of an OVPN network. the TE links are classified as the follows: shared resources and OVPN customer resources. a maximum of 60. . Allocating the OVPN The allocation of OVPN resources refers to allocating the TE links to different OVPN customers. OVPN NM User On an OVPN network. The links that are allocated to the OVPN customer is considered as constraints when you create a service. . Ltd. you can allocate the timeslots of links to the customer. Currently. An OVPN customer logs into the NM and manages its own OVPN network by using the corresponding NM user name and password. VC4 timeslot Shared Resource OVPN Customer Resource NOTE To allocate the TE links on the MSP ring for OVPN customers. . the service passes only the links that are allocated to the OVPN customer. Figure 1-10 Allocating TE links VC4 timeslot . binding the resources with the customer.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Only administrator user of the U2000 can enable or disable the OVPN of an NE. 1-28 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. . After being allocated. the pipe provider needs to create NM users the OVPN customers and allocate the corresponding rights to the NM users. After allocating links to OVPN customers. In this way. you need to allocate appropriate rights to OVPN NM users as required. This customer is also named OVPN customer. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . .000 OVPN customers can be created on the U2000. in the subsequent resource allocation. . ensure that the timeslots are consistent with each other in each segment. See Figure 1-10. OVPN Customer After you can create a customer with an OVPN ID.. . .

a node first translates the source and sink TNA addresses into the source and sink node IDs. the node creates the relevant server-layer path according to the service level. The service requests are classified into OIF UNI service requests and GMPLS UNI service requests. OVPN services and traditional services can be mutually switched from each other. Ltd. Finally. l An OVPN customer can create a service on the resources only allocated to the OVPN customer. you need to switch the static SDH resources to the ASON resources. Then. A shared Mesh restoration trail can be preset. it can use the resources allocated to the OVPN customer first. Each OVPN service can use only the timeslot resources of the same color. sink TNA address. logical port number.12 UNI Services A UNI service is an ASON service that is created automatically after the customer equipment initiates a request to the ASON equipment and the signaling is received. Table 1-10 OVPN service attributes Attribute Creating a service OVPN Service l When creating a service.2. Service optimization An ASON service of an OVPN user can be optimized on the resources only allocated to the OVPN customer. and service level. the OVPN service can use the shared resources. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ethernet UNI services are used to transmit GE signals. Rerouting When the OVPN service is rerouted. the message contains the information such as source TNA address. An OVPN customer can use the allocated resources only. the NM user admin can use the shared resources and OVPN user resources. l After an ASON service is degraded to an SDH service. service rate. In the ASON network. A restoration trail can be preset. as shown in Figure 1-11. In the case of OIF UNI service requests. l To switch an SDH service to an ASON service. the node computes multiple service paths according to the service rate. UNI services can be classified into Ethernet UNI services and SDH UNI services. Presetting the restoration trail Shared Mesh restoration trail Service switching 1.. If the OVPN customer resources are not available. the original ASON service switch to the static SDH resources. 1-29 . Ethernet UNI Services Ethernet UNI services are created in the ASON network after the customer equipment initiates a service request to the ASON network by transmitting GMPLS signalling. An OVPN customer can use the allocated resources only.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks OVPN Services Table 1-10 lists the OVPN service attributes.

a node first translates the source and sink TNA addresses into the source and sink node IDs. as shown in Figure 1-12. SDH UNI services are used to transmit POS signals (including SDH concatenation signals). the message contains the information such as source IP address.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management In the case of GMPLS UNI service requests. the message contains the information such as source TNA address. Then. the node creates the relevant server-layer service according to the service level. service priority. Figure 1-11 Ethernet UNI services Ethernet UNI service R1 ASON R2 GE Interface GE Interface : ASON NE : Customer equipment GE Ethernet board SDH UNI Services SDH UNI services are created in the ASON network after the customer equipment initiates a service request to the ASON network by transmitting GMPLS signalling. a node first translates the source and sink IP addresses into the node IDs of the two access nodes in the transport network. In the case of GMPLS UNI service requests. silver. Finally. the message contains the information such as source IP address. In the ASON network. service rate. the node computes multiple server-layer (concatenation) service paths according to the service rate. and service level. Finally.. service priority. In the case of OIF UNI service requests. and access policy. Then. sink IP address. and copper. gold. the node creates the relevant server-layer path according to the service level. a node first translates the source and sink IP addresses into the node IDs of the two access nodes in the transport network. sink IP address. logical port number. the node computes multiple server-layer paths according to the service rate. sink TNA address. In the ASON network. the node computes multiple server-layer 1-30 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The service requests are classified into OIF UNI service requests and GMPLS UNI service requests. Ltd. Then. and access policy. service rate. In the ASON network. Ethernet UNI services are available at four types: diamond. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . service rate.

In this case.3. you can create NEs in batches. The U2000 can discover other ASON NEs in the network from any ASON NE. perform NE data synchronization to maintain data consistency.3. gold. the topology and TE link information on the U2000 may be inconsistent with the data on the NE.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks (concatenation) service paths according to the service rate. silver. l The configuration data of each newly created ASON NE must be uploaded from the NE side.3 Creating an ASON Topology The ASON network uses the route protocol to create the topology information of the nodes in the network so that each node can obtain a networkwide topology. Finally. l Because of some DCN communication problems. and copper. 1-31 . 1. or by using the NSAP address of the NE. SDH UNI services are available at four types: diamond. you can search for all NEs that communicate with the GNE by using the IP address of the GNE or the network segment to which the IP address is associated. the node creates the relevant server-layer service according to the service level.. Then. This method is quicker and more accurate than manual creation. Figure 1-12 SDH UNI services SDH UNI Service R1 ASON R2 SDH Interface SDH Interface : ASON NE : Customer equipment Optical interface board 1. 1. Context NOTE l An ASON NE can only belong to one ASON domain. Ltd.2 Creating a Single NE Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Creating NEs in Batches When the U2000 communicates properly with a GNE.

It obtains the information of the ASON control plane and reports ASON events to the U2000. In an ASON network.4 Enabling the ASON Feature The NE obtains the ASON feature after this feature is enabled. is enabled by default. and hop weight. 1.7 Creating Domains for an ASON Network The U2000 manages an ASON network based on ASON domains. each ASON NE is assigned with a unique node ID within a network. you can use this method regardless of whether the data is configured on the NE or not.3. Considering that the data dynamically changes as the system runs. The boards of the two levels cannot be used to create an ASON service. The node ID must be specified during the network planning.8 Synchronizing ASON NEs By communicating with the primary NE. you can upload data to the U2000 to ensure that the data on the U2000 is consistent with that on the NE.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management The U2000 to manage the NE. 1. the U2000 is kept synchronous with an ASON network and automatically discovers other ASON NEs in the network. 1. however. If the primary NE fails. distance weight. To improve the reliability. Although creating a single NE is not as fast and exact as creating NEs in batches.3.12 Viewing ASON NE Software Version 1-32 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3. you need to enable the ASON features of the boards. The ASON feature is disabled by default during delivery. Do not use the U2000 to initialize the ASON NE or download data to the ASON NE.3.3. you can select the GNE as the primary NE or as the secondary NE to avoid waste of the ECC bandwidth. there are NEs that fail to be synchronized to the ASON domain during the NE upload. 1. bandwidth weight.11 Setting Control Plane Parameters You can set the control plane parameters of an ASON NE.5 Uploading NE Configuration Data After the ASON software of an NE is enabled.6 Enable the ASON Feature of a Board In the case of an ASON NE. Usually. the secondary NE takes over to communicate with the U2000. 1. you can create an ASON domain and assign the ASON NEs that belong to the same ASON network to the ASON domain. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .9 Automatically Creating Fibers According to TE Link An ASON network can automatically discover TE links. Ltd. Usually.3. ASON domains are automatically created.3. The U2000 can create fibers between NEs according to the TE links. NE ID and IP address of the NE are independent from each other.10 Setting the Primary NE or Secondary NE In an ASON network. 1. The parameters contain the bandwidth load. The primary NE is the ASON NE that represents the ASON to communicate with the U2000. 1. another NE can be set as the standby of the primary NE. each ASON NE is capable of obtaining the networkwide topology information.3.3 Setting the Node ID The node ID. To create an ASON service by using the boards of the two levels.3. You can also disable the ASON features of the boards of the two levels as required. If for some reason. 1. 1.3. 1. the ASON feature of the optical interface board of the STM-1 or STM-4 level is disabled by default. the ASON NE automatically generates data on the NE.. The ASON feature of the optical interface board of the STM-16 or STM-64 level.

The NE Explorer instance of the NEs must be created. 1. NOTE You can repeat Steps a through b to add more search domains. and enter Search Address. click OK. This method is quicker and more accurate than manual creation.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Different ASON software versions provide different functions. only the NEs in the same network segment can be searched out. Set Address type to IP Address Range of GNE. 2. You can delete the system default search domain. Ltd.3. Through a gateway NE. you can search out the NEs in the network segment of the gateway NE. This help you to configure. to avoid network broadcast storm. Click Add and the Input Search Domain dialog box is displayed. Step 2 Click the Transport NE Search tab. IP Address of GNE. Step 4 Optional: If you fail to enter a network segment correctly. manage. Step 3 Optional: Enter the network segment or IP addresses NEs to search for the NEs. l If you use IP address to search for NEs: l Usually. User Name. Then. or by using the NSAP address of the NE. by using the IP Address Range of GNE method. you can create NEs in batches. you can search for all NEs that communicate with the GNE by using the IP address of the GNE or the network segment to which the IP address is associated.1 Creating NEs in Batches When the U2000 communicates properly with a GNE. maintain and troubleshoot the ASON NE. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Then.. By viewing the version of the ASON software running on an NE. and Password. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE administrator" authority or higher. 1. The U2000 must communicate properly with the GNE. the broadcast function is disabled on the routers on a network. Therefore. you can know the ASON feature of the NE. enable IP auto discovery and enter the User Name and Password of the NEs. 1-33 . Procedure Step 1 Choose File > Discovery > NE from the main menu. l To search the network segments across routers. or NSAP Address. the IP Address of GNE method is recommended.

you can select the NEs. ----End 1-34 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Users can check against the Bar Code List by the value of Bar Code. and then modify the NE Name. Step 5 In the Search for NE area. Ltd. Base NE ID. Step 8 Optional: Click Change NE ID. in the Result list after the search for NEs is complete. you can obtain the IP address of the GNE and search out all the NEs related to the GNE. NOTE The Bar Code List is provided by the hardware installation personnel to the software commissioning personnel. l Select Upload after create. Enter User Name and Password in the Create dialog box.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management After enabling IP auto discovery. Click Create and then the Create dialog box is displayed. Step 7 Optional: If you select Search for NE only. Then. The data related to the NEs are uploaded to the U2000 after the NEs are created. NOTE You can select all options in the Search for NE area to search for NEs. enter the NE User and Password. create NEs.. If the U2000 and an gateway NE are connected through a router. and upload the NE data at a time. the Change NE ID dialog box is displayed. l The default password is password. The list contains the bar codes of stations. and IP Address fields accordingly. Extend NE ID. which are not yet created. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 6 Click Next and the Result area is displayed. NOTE l The default NE user is root. you need to create an NE by using the IP address of the gateway NE. perform the following operations: l Select Create device after search. and then click OK.

. The NE Explorer instance of the NEs must be created. Background Information First create a GNE. If the NE is not created properly or the communication between the NE and the U2000 is abnormal. Enter the IP Address and use the default value for the Port number of the GNE. Protocol and set the IP address and NSAP address. The Create NE dialog box is displayed. Extended ID. Name and Remarks. possible causes are listed as follows: l l The password for the NE user is incorrect. Step 2 Select the NE type from the Object Type tree. 1. The NE user is invalid or the NE user is already logged in. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.2 Creating a Single NE The U2000 to manage the NE. Enter the correct password for the NE user. 1. and then create a non-gateway NE. 2. Select OSI from the Protocol drop-down list. Select IP from the Protocol drop-down list.. If the U2000 communicates with NEs through IP protocol Do. 1-35 . the NE is displayed in gray color. Select Gateway from the Gateway Type drop-down list. if you fail to log in to the NE..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Postrequisite After an NE is created. you can use this method regardless of whether the data is configured on the NE or not. Procedure Step 1 Choose File > Create > NE from the main menu. Step 4 To create a GNE. Change to use a valid NE user. The license must be installed and the license must support creating the NE of the type. proceed to Step 5.3. Step 5 Choose Gateway Type. proceed to Step 6. Ltd. To create a non-gateway NE. Select the Protocol type. Although creating a single NE is not as fast and exact as creating NEs in batches. Step 3 Complete the following information: ID. Enter the NSAP Address of the GNE. OSI protocol Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

No ASON services exist on the NE. 1. such as the IP address. possible causes are listed as follows: l l l The communication between the U2000 and the NE is abnormal. and set NE Software Version.3 Setting the Node ID The node ID. The password for the NE user is incorrect. Background Information The node ID must meet the following requirements: l 1-36 Node IDs cannot be duplicate in the same ASON domain. click in the blank space of the Main Topology and the NE icon appears in the position where you clicked. Step 7 Enter the NE User and Password. Step 6 Select Non-Gateway from the Gateway Type drop-down list. In an ASON network. if you fail to log in to the NE. such as the IP address of the NE and NE ID. and the default password is password. the actual services will be affected. The domain address that contains a maximum of 13 bytes is entered by the user. Postrequisite After an NE is created. Select the GNE to which the NE is associated to from the Affiliated Gateway drop-down list. and NE ID to the U2000 database. NSAP address. NOTE If you apply the configuration data of the preconfigured NE to the actual NE when the configuration data on the preconfigured NE is inconsistent with that on the actual NE.. NE ID and IP address of the NE are independent from each other. subnet mask. Then. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE maintainer" authority or higher. Its format is: domain address+08003e+NE ID+NSEL. The node ID must be specified during the network planning. NSEL is the port number of the network-level protocol. Check the settings of communication parameters. each ASON NE is assigned with a unique node ID within a network. Enter the correct password for the NE user. with a fixed value of 1d (one byte).1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management The NSAP address is a hexadecimal number that contains a maximum of 20 bytes. the system automatically saves the information. check the NE Preconfiguration check box. NOTE The default NE user is root. Step 9 Click OK.3. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 8 Optional: If you do not want to apply the NE configuration data in the U2000 to the NE. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Change to use a valid NE user. The NE user is invalid or the NE user is already logged in. ----End Result After an NE is successfully created. Ltd.

The NE software must contain the ASON feature and must be successfully enabled.3.0.4 or 255. The format of a node ID is the same as that of an IP address.3.0.4 or 255. Prerequisite l l l l You must be an NM user with "NE administrator" authority or higher.0..0. CAUTION When a delivered network is running. Click the Node ID Management tab. The node ID cannot be 0. The NE must be in the running state. Background Information l A unique node ID is allocated to each ASON NE to identify the NE in the ASON network.. contact Huawei Technologies Co. Step 2 Click Query to view the current node ID of the NE. In the same ASON network.255. After you confirm the operation twice. do not change the node ID.255.0.2. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. select an NE and choose ASON > ASON Feature Management from the Function Tree. The NE must be created on the U2000 and the NE data must be already uploaded. a prompt is displayed indicating that the operation was successful. Ltd.255. NE ID and IP address of the NE are independent from each other. 1. Properly set the NE node ID before you enable the ASON feature of the NE. 1.3.4 Enabling the ASON Feature The NE obtains the ASON feature after this feature is enabled. Step 4 Click Apply. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks l l l l The node ID of an NE cannot be in the same network segment as the IP address of the NE. ----End 1. NOTE You can also set the NE node ID in ASON Topology Management. The format of a node ID is the same as that of an IP address. Ltd. 1-37 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .255.255. The node ID. Step 3 Double-click the Node ID field to enter a node ID for the NE.255. The node ID cannot be 0.0. a warm reset is performed on the NE. Node IDs must be set before the ASON feature is enabled. To change the node ID. After the node ID is set. The ASON feature is disabled by default during delivery. node IDs cannot be duplicate or in the same network segment as the IP address of the corresponding NE.2.

5 Uploading NE Configuration Data. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer.3. For relevant operations. Considering that the data dynamically changes as the system runs.. a prompt is displayed indicating that the operation was successful. the ASON NE automatically generates data on the NE. After you enable the ASON feature. select an NE and choose ASON > ASON Feature Management from the Function Tree. Set the correct DCC working mode for the NE before enabling the ASON features.3. Do not use the U2000 to initialize the ASON NE or download data to the ASON NE. Ltd. you can upload data to the U2000 to ensure that the data on the U2000 is consistent with that on the NE.5 Uploading NE Configuration Data After the ASON software of an NE is enabled. NOTE l To disable the ASON feature. the NE must meet the following requirements: l The NE must be in the running state and does not have any ASON cross-connection or ASON service residual l The fiber between the local NE and the adjacent node must not carry ASON services. Step 3 Set ASON Feature to Enabled. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . After you confirm the operation twice. Step 4 Click Apply. refer to 1. You can disable the ASON feature of an ASON NE according to the project requirement. ----End 1.3. Add the correct logical boards on the NE before enabling the ASON features. Step 2 Click Query to view the current enabling status of the ASON feature. l The ASON Clock is disabled for the NE. refer to 1.5 Uploading NE Configuration Data. After you disable the ASON feature. upload the NE data to keep the consistency of data between the U2000 and the NE. For relevant operations.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l l l l The ASON feature can be enabled after the equipment commissioning is complete. The NE must be created successfully. After you disable the ASON feature. the NE is possessed of only traditional NE features. NOTE Set the ASON Feature to Disabled to disable the ASON feature. upload the NE data to keep the consistency of data between the U2000 and the NE. Prerequisite l l 1-38 You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

The boards of the two levels cannot be used to create an ASON service. you need to enable the ASON features of the boards.6 Enable the ASON Feature of a Board In the case of an ASON NE. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. is enabled by default. click OK to start the upload.7 Creating Domains for an ASON Network The U2000 manages an ASON network based on ASON domains.. and click . ----End 1. Step 3 Select the port at which the ASON feature is to be disabled. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 2 Select one or more NEs in the lower-left pane.3. Step 4 Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed indicating the operation result. Step 4 In the Confirm dialog box. To create an ASON service by using the boards of the two levels. NOTE If you need to disable the ASON feature of a board. Step 5 In the Operation Result dialog box. The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled. however. you can create an ASON domain and assign the ASON NEs that belong to the same ASON network to the ASON domain. and click Upload. You can click Detail to view failure causes. Step 5 Click Close. 1-39 . Step 2 Click Query to view the current ASON Feature status of the board.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > NE Configuration Data Management from the main menu. click Close. Step 3 Select one or more NEs in the Configuration Data Management List. Ltd. Usually. ASON domains are automatically created. there are NEs that fail to be synchronized to the ASON domain during the NE upload.3. Double-click the Status column and choose Disabled from the drop-down list. select an NE and choose ASON > ASON Feature Management from the Function Tree. The ASON feature of the optical interface board of the STM-16 or STM-64 level. ----End 1. choose Disable. You can also disable the ASON features of the boards of the two levels as required. Click the Board ASON Feature Management tab. NOTE If the Operation Result dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation fails. the ASON feature of the optical interface board of the STM-1 or STM-4 level is disabled by default. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. If for some reason.

The first ASON NE created on the U2000 is automatically assigned to the default domain. The primary NE must exist. the U2000 is kept synchronous with an ASON network and automatically discovers other ASON NEs in the network. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE maintainer" authority or higher. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) 1-40 . Rightclick an NE and choose Create Domain. Background Information l l An ASON domain is an ASON network composed of interconnected ASON NEs. Step 4 Click OK. The ASON NE must be configured and does not belong to any domain. Step 3 In the Domain Attributes dialog box.8 Synchronizing ASON NEs By communicating with the primary NE.. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu. Step 2 ASON NEs that do not belong to any domain are displayed under root of the Object Tree. you need to synchronize NEs and get the changed network topology. ----End 1. Ltd.3. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The domain is successfully created. Background Information l If one or more ASON NEs are added to or deleted from the ASON network. enter the Current Name and select the Primary NE.

Step 2 The list shows all links on the U2000. A progress bar is displayed. Step 4 If you want to create a detected NE on the U2000. ----End 1. Click the ASON NE tab.9 Automatically Creating Fibers According to TE Link An ASON network can automatically discover TE links. check the Upload after created check box. Click Close in the Operation Result dialog box. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed. The U2000 can create fibers between NEs according to the TE links. showing the uploading progress.3. Click Maintenance and choose Create Fiber. Step 5 Click Apply. View Component information of each link.. 1-41 . Click Close. The U2000 searches for the NEs in the ASON domain.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks l If the node ID of an NE is modified manually. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu. add it to the NE to Be Created tab. Step 3 Click Synchronize NE. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. Step 2 Select a domain in the Object Tree and all ASON NEs in the domain are shown in the list. Ltd. Step 6 Click OK. you need to re-synchronize the ASON network topology on the U2000. Step 3 Select a TE link for the fiber you want to create. check the Use the same password networkwide check box. and enter the user name and password. NOTE l If the U2000 uses the same user name and password to log in to all ASON NEs in the domain. The Confirm dialog box is displayed. l If you want to upload the NE data after creating the NE. Enter the user name and password. If an ASON NE that is not created on U2000 is detected. The ASON network is running normally. click in the Creation Flag field. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE maintainer" authority or higher.

Usually. the secondary NE takes over to communicate with the U2000. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu. This NE is called the communication NE. It is the NE that represents the ASON network to communicate with the U2000. Click the ASON NE tab.3. each ASON NE is capable of obtaining the networkwide topology information. the secondary NE becomes the communication NE. After the fiber(s) is/are created successfully. If the primary NE fails. The primary NE is the ASON NE that represents the ASON to communicate with the U2000. You can set only one primary NE and one secondary NE in an ASON domain. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE maintainer" authority or higher. the communication NE is the primary NE. Step 4 Click Apply to apply the settings.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management The fibers created according to TE links are the fibers between NEs. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .3.. Usually. If both the primary and secondary NEs fail. view them on the Main Topology. bandwidth weight. Step 3 Select an NE and set it to Primary in the Node Type column. you can select the GNE as the primary NE or as the secondary NE to avoid waste of the ECC bandwidth. the system automatically selects an ASON NE as the communication NE. distance weight. Background Information The U2000 only needs to communicate with one NE in an ASON network. ----End 1. ----End 1. Step 2 Select a domain in the Object Tree and all ASON NEs in the domain are shown in the list. It obtains the information of the ASON control plane and reports ASON events to the U2000. When the primary NE fails. 1-42 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. To improve the reliability. The parameters contain the bandwidth load.10 Setting the Primary NE or Secondary NE In an ASON network.11 Setting Control Plane Parameters You can set the control plane parameters of an ASON NE. An ASON NE must be created and its data must be uploaded to the U2000. another NE can be set as the standby of the primary NE. and hop weight. Ltd.

Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Distance weight: 50.99. Click Query to query the protocol parameters from the NE. 5. select an NE and choose ASON > Control Plane Parameters from the Function Tree. Distance Weight. l It is recommended to keep the default settings. In the NE Explorer. select an NE and choose ASON > Control Plane Parameters from the Function Tree.10 or 5.. Distance weight: 50. Click Query to query the parameters from the NE. Hop Weight. Procedure l For an ASON NE whose ASON version is 5. Click Apply. 6. Default value: 600. select an NE and choose ASON > Control Plane Parameters from the Function Tree. Click the Route Calculate Strategy tab. Set the Route Computation Policy field and complete the rest information. Value range: 50 to 600000. The ASON NE must be created and configured.10: l The route computation policy has the following parameters: Bandwidth Load. Hop weight: 0.99. 8.10: . Bandwidth Weight.2. 4. 4. Distance Weight.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE maintainer" authority or higher. Click the Protocol Parameters tab. The default settings are as follows: bandwidth load: 0. Click Query to query the route computation policy from the NE.. Click Apply to completed the setting. l 1. Set a value in the Route Calculate Strategy field. The default settings are as follows: bandwidth load: 0. In the NE Explorer.10: 1. 6. 5. Click Query to query the route calculation strategy from the NE. Click the Route Calculate Strategy tab. Bandwidth Weight. Hop Weight. 7. Double-click Revertive Rerouting Reversion Time(s) and enter the time as required.05. NOTE For an ASON NE whose ASON version is earlier than 5. l 1. 2. Complete the other information.2. Click Query to query the route calculation strategy from the NE. Value range: 600 to 65535. Ltd. Double-click Rerouting Delay(ms) and enter the time as required. 3.99. 1-43 For an ASON NE whose ASON version is later than 5. Bandwidth weight: 50. In the NE Explorer. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Click Apply to completed the setting. 2. Click Apply. 2.2. Hop weight: 0. l It is recommended to keep the default settings. NOTE l The route computation policy has the following parameters: Bandwidth Load.51. Bandwidth weight: 50. 4. 3. 3.

Hop Weight.7. l Shortest Distance Mode: Bandwidth Load: 0. the default ASON protocols are configured for the NE. Hop Weight: 0. The five modes of route strategy are as follows: l Load Balancing Mode: Bandwidth Load: 0. By viewing the version of the ASON software running on an NE. Bandwidth Weight.. 1-44 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Bandwidth Weight: 0. Distance Weight: 0. It is recommended that you keep the default settings. l Integrated Constraint Mode: Bandwidth Load: 0. Bandwidth Weight: 0.4 Managing the ASON Protocol After the ASON software is enabled. Distance Weight: 50. 8.99. Hop Weight: 50. The default settings are as follows: bandwidth load: 0. Bandwidth Weight: 50. Bandwidth Weight: 50. Step 2 Select the desired domain in the Object Tree and click are displayed in the list. Hop Weight: 0. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu. l Minimum Hop Count Mode: Bandwidth Load: 0. ----End Click Apply to completed the setting. Click Route Strategy and choose a mode from the drop-down list. This function applies to ASON NEs. For example. maintain and troubleshoot the ASON NE. Bandwidth weight: 50. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .12 Viewing ASON NE Software Version Different ASON software versions provide different functions. Distance Weight: 0. ----End . you can set again the ASON protocols you need to facilitate the management of ASON link resources and ASON services. Distance weight: 50. you can know the ASON feature of the NE. Hop Weight: 0. 5. Click the ASON NE tab.3. Hop weight: 0. All ASON NEs in the domain 1.. l Custom Mode: you set the parameter of route strategy as you need. This help you to configure.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 7. Distance Weight. Distance Weight: 50.1. NOTE The route computation policy has the following parameters: Bandwidth Load. Step 3 View the ASON NE software version in the Version. 1. Ltd. manage. After the ASON topology is created. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher.

1-45 . or when a higher security is required. The encryption operation needs to be performed for two neighboring NEs.4. Two neighboring NEs can implement protocol interworking only if the two NEs have the same authentication type and authentication key.4. The other one is when an ASON NE has an optical interface that does not connect any fiber. That is. 1.4. 1.4. The other one is by using the D4-D12 bytes.5 Encrypting the OSPF Protocol You can query and set the OSPF protocol authentication and encrypt the OSPF protocol to ensure the security of the ASON network.7 Encrypting RSVP To ensure the security of the ASON network.. 1. When the change times reaches the threshold.4. Currently only the D4-D12 bytes are used. After the network fault is cleared. The other one is when an ASON NE has an optical interface that does not connect any fiber. When a REG NE is between two ASON NEs. In these two cases. One is when an ASON NE is connected with a traditional NE that is incapable of transparent transmission.3 Disabling the LMP Protocol Usually it is not allowed to disable the LMP except in the following two cases. l You can modify the protocol configurations when the ASON networking is a special one. One is when an ASON NE is connected with a traditional NE that is incapable of transparent transmission.4 Disabling the OSPF Protocol Usually it is not allowed to disable the OSPF protocol except in the following two cases.1 Modifying the LMP Discovery Type There are two types of LMP discovery. the communication between the two ASON domains is realized at the control plane. In this way. One is by using the J0 byte (default).8 Creating Out-Fiber Control Channels The out-fiber control channel realizes the interconnection between two ASON domains. 1. Ltd. 1. and then manually create an out-fiber control channel on the U2000.4.4. use D4D12 bytes. 1. In the two cases. you need to modify the LMP discovery type for the corresponding boards of the two ASON NEs.2 Querying the LMP Discovery Type You can query the overhead bytes that are used by the LMP for the system to automatically discover TE links.6 Setting the OSPF TE Link Flood Threshold The TE link flood threshold defines the frequency of the flood on the TE link.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Precautions CAUTION l Usually. you do not need to modify the protocol configurations. you can disable OSPF to release idle resources for a better resource allocation. They are used for the communication between NEs. the TE link data changes for times as the NE data upload or synchronization is performed.4. the flood takes place on the TE link. 1. 1. you can encrypt the Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP). Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. you can disable the LMP to release idle resources for a better resource allocation. You can use an Ethernet cable to connect two edge NEs of two ASON domains.

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .4. Service Requirements If the service requirement is shown in Figure 1-13.1 Modifying the LMP Discovery Type There are two types of LMP discovery. 1-46 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. you need to modify the LMP discovery type for the boards of NE3 and NE4.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1.. where NE1-NE4 are ASON NEs and NE5 is a REG NE. The other one is by using the D4-D12 bytes. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. One is by using the J0 byte (default). Ltd. That is. The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled. you need to modify the LMP discovery type for the corresponding boards of the two ASON NEs. use D4D12 bytes. When a REG NE is between two ASON NEs. Figure 1-13 LMP discovery mode NE1 NE4 NE5 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE :REGl NE Board Configuration Figure 1-14 shows how the boards are configured for the case of the previously illustrated service requirements.

set the discovery type of 11-N2SL64 on both NE3 and NE4 to DCC. Step 3 Double-click Configuration Mode to set the LMP automatic discovery type..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-14 Board configuration of NE3 and NE4 Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer.4. Step 7 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. For example. Step 5 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Control Link Management from the main menu. Click Close in the Operation Result dialog box. Step 2 Click Query to query the LMP automatic discovery type. Check whether the control links between NEs are normal. click the NE and choose ASON > Link Management Protocol from the Function Tree. Step 6 Click Synchronize. They are used for the communication between NEs. Click LMP Auto Discovery Type tab. Prerequisite l l Issue 02 (2010-09-24) You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled. Check whether the TE links between NEs are normal. ----End 1. Step 4 Click Apply. Ltd. Step 8 Click Synchronize. 1-47 . Currently only the D4-D12 bytes are used.2 Querying the LMP Discovery Type You can query the overhead bytes that are used by the LMP for the system to automatically discover TE links. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Click the LMP Protocol Status tab. The other one is when an ASON NE has an optical interface that does not connect any fiber. 2. 4. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. click Close. you can disable the LMP to release idle resources for a better resource allocation. The operation result dialog box is displayed. Query LMP protocol status from the NE.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. Click Apply. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) For OptiX OSN 9560.4. which severely affects ASON services. Click Query. Click LMP Auto Discovery Type tab. l 1. select an NE and choose ASON > Advanced Maintenance from the Function Tree. Click Query to query the ASON protocol information from the NE. Click the ASON Protocol Management tab. 1-48 . Double-click the LMP Protocol Status column and choose Disabled from the drop-down list. In the NE Explorer. Double-click the LMP Protocol Status column and choose Disabled from the drop-down list. Select the port at which the LMP is to be disabled. choose Enabled. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 2 Click Query to query the LMP automatic discovery type. Ltd. 3.3 Disabling the LMP Protocol Usually it is not allowed to disable the LMP except in the following two cases. In the NE Explorer. Background Information WARNING If the LMP is disabled. the ASON feature of the corresponding optical interface is disabled. Click Yes. select an NE and choose ASON > Advanced Maintenance from the Function Tree. 3. 5. 6. In these two cases. 1. do not disable the LMP if not necessary. Procedure l For NG SDH and OCS series equipments. 2. A confirm dialog box is displayed. Click Query to query the ASON protocol information from the NE Select the port at which the LMP is to be disabled. NOTE If you need to enable the LMP.. click the NE and choose ASON > Link Management Protocol from the Function Tree. Hence. One is when an ASON NE is connected with a traditional NE that is incapable of transparent transmission. ----End 1.

choose Enabled. 1. Step 6 Click Query. One is when an ASON NE is connected with a traditional NE that is incapable of transparent transmission. 6. Queries OSPF protocol status from the NE. ----End Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The operation result dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Click Apply. Hence. Step 2 Click the ASON Protocol Management tab. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. In the two cases. which severely affects ASON services. The operation result dialog box is displayed. choose Enabled.. A confirm dialog box is displayed. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. Step 3 Select the port at which the OSPF protocol is to be disabled. click Close. Step 5 Click Yes. 5. 4. Query LMP protocol status from the NE.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management NOTE 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks If you need to enable the LMP. A confirm dialog box is displayed.4. Double-click the OSPF Protocol Status column. select an NE and choose ASON > Advanced Maintenance from the Function Tree. you can disable OSPF to release idle resources for a better resource allocation. NOTE If you need to enable the OSPF protocol. click Close. do not disable the OSPF protocol if not necessary. The other one is when an ASON NE has an optical interface that does not connect any fiber.4 Disabling the OSPF Protocol Usually it is not allowed to disable the OSPF protocol except in the following two cases. Choose Disabled from the drop-down list. Ltd. Click Query to query the ASON protocol information from the NE. the ASON feature of the corresponding optical interface is disabled. Click Query. ----End Click Apply. Click Yes. Background Information WARNING If the OSPF protocol is disabled. 1-49 .

If the value is too low. When the change times reaches the threshold. It is recommended that you use the default value of the U2000. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. the network data may not be synchronous. the authentication is performed based on the specified password.4. l When the value is MD5 Encryption Authentication.6 Setting the OSPF TE Link Flood Threshold The TE link flood threshold defines the frequency of the flood on the TE link. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. Plain Text Password Authentication and MD5 Encryption Authentication. the authentication is performed based on the password obtained by using the MD5 encryption algorithm. NOTE l The following three options are available for Authentication Mode: Unconfigured. Step 5 Click Apply. Step 3 Click Query. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Background Information The encryption conditions for an NE and its remote NE must be the same. select an NE and choose ASON > OSPF Protocol Management from the Function Tree. the threshold value is 100.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1. Step 6 Click OK.. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) 1-50 .5 Encrypting the OSPF Protocol You can query and set the OSPF protocol authentication and encrypt the OSPF protocol to ensure the security of the ASON network. the Authentication Key must be a non-empty string of a maximum of 64 characters. the Authentication Key must be a string of a maximum of eight characters. In this case. Step 4 Double-click Authentication Mode or Authentication Key to set the two parameters.4. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Background Information l l You need to set a proper flood threshold. In this case. network congestions may happen. Step 2 Click the OSPF Protocol Authentication tab. and the hold-off time is 3s. l When the value is Plain Text Password Authentication. If the value is too high. Ltd. After the network fault is cleared. the TE link data changes for times as the NE data upload or synchronization is performed. the flood takes place on the TE link. By default. A confirm dialog box is displayed. ----End 1.

----End 1. Type and Key.. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The encryption operation needs to be performed for two neighboring NEs. Step 3 Click Query. select an NE and choose ASON > RSVP Protocol Management from the Function Tree. double-click Trigger Condition. Ltd. Step 2 Click the OSPF TE Link Flood Threshold tab to set the parameters.4. Two neighboring NEs can implement protocol interworking only if the two NEs have the same authentication type and authentication key.7 Encrypting RSVP To ensure the security of the ASON network. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Click New. Step 4 Set Neighboring Node. Threshold and Delay Time(s) to set their respective values. The RSVP Authentication Create dialog box is displayed.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. Click Apply. 1-51 . Step 2 Click Query. select an NE and choose ASON > OSPF Protocol Management from the Function Tree. you can encrypt the Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP). Step 4 For a TE link. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. The encryption conditions for an NE and its remote NE must be the same.

The ASON network is running normally.4. NE3 in the ASON001 domain and NE6 in the ASON002 domain are connected by an Ethernet line. the Authentication Key must be a string of a maximum of eight characters. Click Apply. the communication between the two ASON domains is realized at the control plane. You can use an Ethernet cable to connect two edge NEs of two ASON domains. prompt the service survivability may be affected. the authentication is performed based on the specified password. click Yes to apply the change. ----End 1. You can double-click the Authentication Mode column and change the authentication type. NE3 and NE6 are connected to NE9 through fibers. l When the value is Plain Text Password Authentication. l When the value is MD5 Encryption Authentication. Step 5 Click Apply. In this case. In this example. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l The following three options are available for Authentication Mode: Plain Text Password Authentication and MD5 Encryption Authentication. and then manually create an out-fiber control channel on the U2000. Figure 1-15 Creating out-fiber control channels NE1 NE4 NE5 NE8 NE2 NE3 ASON001 NE9 NE6 NE7 ASON002 : ASON NE : Traditional NE : Fiber : Ethernet link 1-52 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NOTE After the RSVP authentication is successfully created. The dialog box displayed. Ltd. In this way. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. In this case. the Authentication Key must be a non-empty string of a maximum of 64 characters.8 Creating Out-Fiber Control Channels The out-fiber control channel realizes the interconnection between two ASON domains. Service Requirements You can create an out-fiber control channel as shown in Figure 1-15. the authentication is performed based on the password obtained by using the MD5 encryption algorithm..

Double-click IP or Mask to set the parameters. Enter a value in the Remote Address and Next Hop Address fields respectively. Step 4 Click Apply for the settings to take effect. the two addresses are consistent. Step 6 Click the OSPF IP Address Management tab. Ltd. l If a router exists on the Ethernet link between the source and the sink. the remote address is the node ID of the sink NE and the next hop address is the IP address of the switch. Step 8 Find the source or sink NE of the newly created out-fiber control channel. the remote address and the next hop address are the node ID of NE6. l As shown in Figure 1-15. the remote address is the node ID of the sink NE and the next hop address is the IP address of the LAN that connects to the source NE. Step 3 Click New and the Create Control Channel dialog box is displayed. NOTE The remote address and the next hop address are the node ID of the remote NE. the remote address is the node ID of the sink NE and the next hop address is the IP address of the router. 1-53 . the two addresses are consistent. For example. select an NE and choose ASON > Link Management Protocol from the Function Tree. Click Query to query control channels of the link management protocol from the NE. select an NE and choose ASON > OSPF Protocol Management from the Function Tree. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. if only one Ethernet link exists between the source and the sink. l If a switch exists on the Ethernet link between the source and the sink. l If a hub exists on the Ethernet link between the source and the sink. if NE3 is the source. Step 2 Click the LMP Control Channel tab.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE You need to create an out-fiber control channel on the NE that connects the two ASON domains. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l If a local area network (LAN) exists on the Ethernet link between the source and the sink.. Step 5 In the NE Explorer. Step 7 Click Query.

1-54 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. 1. change of the PRCs and links does not affect the clock tracing relation in other ASON clock subnets.5. Click Close in the Operation Result dialog box.3 Converting a Traditional Clock Subnet into an ASON Clock Subnet If the clock trace mode of a clock subnet is traditional. Before configuring ASON services. 1. You can convert a preconfigured ASON clock subnet into an ASON clock subnet.5. you need to create a clock subnet to ensure that a consistent clock tracing relation is created for all NEs in the ASON network. Generally. If NE3 is the source. 1. This simplifies the clock configuration. thus avoiding the clock interlocking.4 Managing a Hybrid Network Composed of an ASON Clock Subnet and a Traditional Clock Subnet In the case of a hybrid network composed of an ASON clock subnet and a traditional clock subnet. if the SSM mode of the traditional clock subnet changes.5.2 Converting a Preconfigured ASON Clock Subnet into an ASON Clock Subnet If the preconfiguration mode is selected during creation of a clock subnet. you need to create only one ASON clock subnet in one ASON domain.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 9 Click Apply. the ASON clock can be used only after the WTR time for a clock upon a fault elapses. When the original link is restored. to form an ASON clock subnet. each ASON NE automatically traces the best clock source. 1. several ASON clock subnets should be created if more than 20 ASON NEs are on the clock tracing link in a clock subnet. you need to create the virtual TE link between NE3 and NE6. ----End 1. the clock tracing relation is formed based on the automatic tracing of clocks and thus need not be configured on a per-NE basis.5 Managing ASON Clock Subnet Clock subnet is classified into ASON clock subnet and traditional clock subnet.1 Creating an ASON Clock Subnet In an ASON clock subnet. you can set some or all of the ASON NEs to the ASON clock trace mode. In the ASON clock subnet. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Creating an ASON Clock Subnet In an ASON clock subnet. In each ASON clock subnet. 1.5. In an ASON domain.5. Background Information ASON NEs support the traditional clock trace mode and the ASON clock trace mode. you need to adjust the ASON PRC of the ASON clock subnet accordingly. Each ASON clock subnet generates its own clock tracing relation to trace the PRCs inside the subnet. Ltd. the clock tracing mode in this subnet is traditional and thus requires a manual configuration. In an ASON domain with many ASON NEs.5. Step 10 Creating a Virtual TE Link. the ASON clock is switched. The clock is then automatically traced and switched. the clock tracing relation is formed based on the automatic tracing of clocks and thus need not be configured on a per-NE basis. 1.5 Setting the Clock Fault Recover Time When a fault occurs. you need to manually convert the traditional clock subnet into an ASON clock subnet.

. the ASON clock subnet traces NE6 as per the priority. which contain the clock quality information. Figure 1-16 ASON clock subnet NE1 NE4 NE6 NE5 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration Figure 1-17 shows the board configuration of NE1 to NE4. It is required that NE1 to NE4 form an ASON clock subnet. The 12-N1SL16 of NE2 is connected to NE6 and the 12-N1SL16 of NE3 is connected to NE5. NE6 is of a higher priority. the ASON clock subnet first traces the primary reference clock source of a higher quality. Compared with NE5. services and clocks should not travel through this link. The ASON clock tracing mode needs to be enabled. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If the primary reference clock source of NE5 and NE6 are of the same quality. NE5 and NE6 provide primary reference clock sources. In addition. In this way. some changes are made to the fiber between NE2 and NE4. NE1 to NE4 are ASON NEs while NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. Requirements As shown in Figure 1-16. 1-55 . Therefore. Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX .811.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-17 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S PIU FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PIU FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Planning for the Clock Subnet Table 1-11 provides the clock subnet planning information. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Clock Subnet Management from the main menu. Step 2 Click New. 1-56 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 1-11 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4 Attributes Clock Subnet ID ASON NE SSM mode Primary reference clock source Priority Relay Interface mode Clock Subnet 1 NE1. NE3 and NE4 Standard Clock Mode NE2-12-N1SL16-1 (SDH-1) 1 (high) No relay NE4 cannot directly trace NE2 NE3-12-N1SL16-1 (SDH-1) 2 (low) NOTE The clock quality outputted by NE5 and NE6 is G. NE2. Ltd..

. click the Current View drop-list. Ltd.2 Converting a Preconfigured ASON Clock Subnet into an ASON Clock Subnet If the preconfiguration mode is selected during creation of a clock subnet. NE2. ----End 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. You can convert a preconfigured ASON clock subnet into an ASON clock subnet. Step 8 Open the main topology.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 3 Enter the following information in the dialog box: l Subnet ID: 1 l NE: NE1. the clock tracing mode in this subnet is traditional and thus requires a manual configuration. right-click Search Clock Link to view the clock tracing relation within the subnet. Step 6 Select PRC Management to query the state of the primary reference clock source. 1-57 . Set the interface mode of the NE4-7-N2SL64-1 to Detection of the Clock Quantity Disabled.5. Step 9 In the Clock View. select Clock View. Step 7 Select Interface Mode Management. NE3 and NE4 l SSM Mode: Standard Clock Mode l PRC ID: NE2-12-N1SL16-1 (SDH-1) and NE3-12-N1SL6-1 (SDH-1) Step 4 Click OK. Step 5 Click Query in the ASON Clock Subnet Management window.

Requirements As shown in Figure 1-18. and NE4 trace NE1. An ASON clock subnet then need be created and the standard SSM protocol need be enabled. Ltd.811 clock. The 2 Mbit/s external clock source of NE1 contains clock quality information.. NE1 traces the external 2 Mbit/s clock source. Figure 1-19 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S PIU FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PIU FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA 1-58 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The clock mode of NE1 to NE4 need be modified to ASON clock mode. NE3. The clock quality is G. NE2. The 2 Mbit/s clock source of NE1 is taken as the primary reference clock source for the ASON clock subnet.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. NE1 to NE4 are ASON NEs. These ASON NEs work in the traditional clock mode. Figure 1-18 Traditional Clock Subnet NE1 2Mbit/s external clock source NE2 NE4 NE3 Board Configuration Figure 1-19 shows the board configuration of NE1 to NE4. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .

Table 1-12 Planning for the new clock subnet Attributes Clock Subnet ID ASON NE SSM mode Primary reference clock source Priority Relay Interface mode Clock Subnet 2 NE1. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Clock Subnet Management from the main menu. Ltd. you need to select a preconfigured subnet. Step 2 Click New. 1-59 . NE3 and NE4 Standard Clock Mode NE1-External Clock1 1 No relay None Precautions NOTE The operation of converting a preconfigured ASON clock subnet into an ASON clock subnet is similar to that of creating an ASON clock subnet..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Planning for the Clock Subnet Table 1-12 provides the new clock subnet planning information. Follow the steps below to modify a traditional clock subnet into an ASON clock subnet. NE3 and NE4 l SSM Mode: Standard Clock Mode l PRC ID: NE1-External Clock1 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. In the former case. however. NE2. NE2. Step 3 Enter the following information in the dialog box: l Subnet ID: 2 l NE: NE1.

Ltd. Click Yes. Step 5 Click Query. Step 6 Select PRC Management to query the state of the primary reference clock source. Step 10 Open the main topology. Step 11 In the Clock View. select Clock View.. Step 7 Right-click Clock Subnet1 from the Subnet Management Tree. Step 8 A dialog box is displayed. Step 9 A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Select Migrate to ASON Clock Subnet. click the Current View drop-list. Click Close. ----End 1-60 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 4 Select Preconfigured Subnet and click OK. right-click Search Clock Link to view the clock tracing relation within the subnet.

NE5 and NE6 provide primary reference clock sources. the ASON clock subnet traces NE6 as per the priority.5. Ltd. 1-61 . NE1. Compared with NE5.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. Requirements As shown in Figure 1-20. NE2. NE3. In this way. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. If the primary reference clock source of NE5 and NE6 are of the same quality. and NE4 are ASON NEs that work in the traditional clock trace mode. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the ASON clock subnet first traces the primary reference clock source of a higher quality.. and NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. you need to manually convert the traditional clock subnet into an ASON clock subnet. The ASON clock tracing mode needs to be enabled. The 12-N1SL16 of NE2 is connected to NE6 and the 12-N1SL16 of NE3 is connected to NE5. NE6 is of a higher priority. It is required that NE1 to NE4 form an ASON clock subnet. Figure 1-20 ASON clock subnet NE1 NE4 NE6 NE5 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration Figure 1-21 shows the board configuration of NE1 to NE4. which contain the clock quality information.3 Converting a Traditional Clock Subnet into an ASON Clock Subnet If the clock trace mode of a clock subnet is traditional.

Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 1-13 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4 Attribute Clock Subnet ID ASON NE SSM Mode PRC PRC Priority Relay Interface Mode Clock Subnet 1 NE1. NE2. Procedure l Scenario 1: The ASON NEs work in the traditional clock trace mode and Stop SSM Mode is enabled.. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) 1-62 GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX .811. Follow a different procedure according to the scenario. NE3 and NE4 Standard clock mode NE2-12-N1SL16-1 (SDH-1) 1 (high) No relay Automatic detection of the clock quantity NE3-12-N1SL16-1 (SDH-1) 2 (low) NOTE The clock quality outputted by NE5 and NE6 is G.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-21 Board configuration of NE1 to NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S PIU FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PIU FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Clock Subnet Planning Table 1-13 shows the planning of a new clock subnet. Ltd.

Click OK. NE2. NE3 and NE4 – SSM Mode: Standard Clock Mode – PRC ID: NE2-12-N1SL16-1 (SDH-1) and NE3-12-N1SL6-1 (SDH-1) 4. Click Query in the ASON Clock Subnet Management window. select the desired Output PRC or Input PRC according to the priority. 6. 14. 2. Select Interface Mode Management and click Query. 3. Click OK in the prompt. 9. Click New. 12. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Then. For example. 15. Select a PRC and click For example. 5. Click Apply. 8. Click Close in the operation result dialog box.811 Clock Signal. set the priority of NE2-12-N1SL16-1(SDH-1) to 1 and the priority of NE3-12-N1SL6-1(SDH-1) to 2. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Clock Subnet Management from the main menu. Click Apply. 11. Click the PRC Management tab and query the PRC status. Click OK and navigate to the PRC Management window.. Ltd. 7. 10.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. In the Add PRC window. Click New. or to set the priority. 13. Enter the following information in the dialog box: – Subnet ID: 1 – NE: NE1. 1-63 . select NE2 as the PRC and set the quality to G. Select a PRC and right-click PRC Level to set the PRC quality. Click Apply. set all the interface modes to Automatic Detection of the Clock Quantity.

Configuration Requirements As shown in Figure 1-22. For details. In the Clock View. refer to Steps 6. Open the main topology. 3. and 14 in scenario 1. For example. For details. 17. refer to Steps 16 through 17 in scenario 1. Click Start Standard SSM Protocol. 1. 13. and 14 in scenario 1. NE2. For details. 8. l Create an ASON clock subnet. The clock subnet of the ASON NEs is an ASON clock subnet. For details.4 Managing a Hybrid Network Composed of an ASON Clock Subnet and a Traditional Clock Subnet In the case of a hybrid network composed of an ASON clock subnet and a traditional clock subnet. The standard SSM protocol must be started for all ASON NEs in the clock subnet. you need to adjust the ASON PRC of the ASON clock subnet accordingly. refer to Steps 16 through 17 in scenario 1. In the Clock View. select NE2 and NE3 to set the clock quality. NE2 and NE3 provide PRCs but NE2 has a higher priority. 13. refer to Steps 1 through 5 in scenario 1. The clock subnet of the traditional NEs is a traditional clock subnet. if the SSM mode of the traditional clock subnet changes. l Scenario 2: The ASON NEs work in the traditional clock trace mode and Standard SSM Mode is enabled. NE5 and NE6 provide PRCs but NE6 has a higher priority. Scenario 3: The ASON NEs work in the traditional clock trace mode and Extended SSM Mode is enabled. click the Current View drop-list. 2. 3. 6. Query the networkwide clock synchronization status. right-click Search Clock Link to view the clock tracing relation within the subnet. 2. NE3. Configure the PRC priority. refer to Steps 6. Choose Configuration > Clock > Clock Subnet Configuration in the NE explorer.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 16. select Clock View. 1-64 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Click Apply. 1. Open the main topology. NE1. Query the networkwide clock synchronization status. right-click an NE and choose Configure Clock from the shortcut menu. For details. refer to Steps 1 through 5 in scenario 1.. ----End 1. For details. and NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs that work in the traditional clock trace mode. click the Current View drop-list. Configure the PRC priority. Create an ASON clock subnet. 7. and NE4 are ASON NEs that work in the ASON clock trace mode. 5. 4. the line clock sources provided by NE5 and NE6 contain the clock quality information.5. In addition. select Clock View. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Ltd.

NE3 and NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S PIU FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PIU FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Clock Subnet Planning Table 1-14 shows the planning of a new clock subnet.. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and 12-N1SL16 of NE3 connects to NE5. Ltd. Figure 1-23 Board configuration of NE1. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX 1-65 . NE2.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-22 Hybrid network composed of an ASON clock subnet and a traditional clock subnet NE1 NE4 NE6 NE5 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration Figure 1-23 shows the board configuration of NE1. NE2. 12-N1SL16 of NE2 connects to NE6. NE3 and NE4.

l Scenario 2: The Standard SSM Mode is enabled in the traditional clock subnet. Click Apply. Click Apply. Click Apply. refer to Steps 10 through 11 in scenario 1. For example. select Clock View. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Clock Subnet Management from the main menu. 9. 8. In the Object Tree. 10.. For example. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . right-click Search Clock Link to view the clock tracing relation within the subnet. set the priority of NE2-12-N1SL16-1(SDH-1) to 1 and the priority of NE3-12-N1SL6-1(SDH-1) to 2. Click Close in the operation result dialog box. Procedure l Scenario 1: The Stop SSM Mode is enabled in the traditional clock subnet. Click OK in the prompt. 7. In the Clock View. Configure the PRC priority. In the Add PRC window. For details. Select a PRC and right-click PRC Level to set the PRC quality. Click New. click the Current View drop-list. select ASON Clock Subnet > Clock Subnet1. 2. or to set the priority. select NE2 and NE3 as PRCs. NE3 and NE4 Standard clock mode NE2-12-N1SL16-1(SDH-1) 1 (high) No relay Automatic detection of the clock quality NE3-12-N1SL16-1(SDH-1) 2 (low) Follow a different procedure according to the scenario. 1-66 Set the PRC. Open the main topology. Click the PRC Management tab and query the PRC status. Click OK and navigate to the PRC Management window. 4.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Table 1-14 Clock subnet planning Attribute Clock Subnet ID ASON NE SSM Mode PRC PRC Priority Relay Interface Mode Clock Subnet 1 NE1. Ltd. 11. 5. 2. NE2. 13. 12. 3. For details. select NE2 as the PRC and set the quality to G. 1.811 Clock Signal. Select a PRC and click For example. and set the priority of NE2 to 1 and the priority of NE3 to 2. 1. select the desired Output PRC or Input PRC according to the priority. refer to Steps 1 through 5 in scenario 1. 6.

Choose Configuration > Clock > Clock Subnet Configuration in the NE explorer. 1-67 .6 Managing Link Resources ASON is capable of automatically switching optical network connections under the control of the signaling network. 7. 1. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 3 Click the Subnet Attribute tab and click Query. For example. the ASON clock is switched. Set the PRC. For details. Link resource management is Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The ASON clock subnet must be created. refer to Steps 1 through 5 in scenario 1. and enter a value for the WTR time. In the Clock View.5 Setting the Clock Fault Recover Time When a fault occurs.5. ----End 1. ----End 1. For details. Step 4 Select the required NE. Step 5 Click Apply. a more reasonable way of resource management is required to make the most of the network resources and to improve the network efficiency. For details.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 3. Step 2 In Subnet Management Tree. refer to Steps 12 through 13 in scenario 1. Query the networkwide clock synchronization status. 2. l Query the networkwide clock synchronization status. click the Current View drop-list. Click Apply. 8. As the network is growing larger. 6. Ltd. Scenario 3: The Extended SSM Mode is enabled in the traditional clock subnet. select the required ASON clock subnet. 3. select Clock View. double-click the Clock Fault Recover Time field. Configure the PRC priority. select NE5 and NE6 to set the clock quality. The default value is 60 seconds. NOTE The WTR time for a clock upon a fault can be set to 60 to 900 seconds. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Clock Subnet Management from the main menu. 4. the ASON clock can be used only after the WTR time for a clock upon a fault elapses. 5. Click Start Standard SSM Protocol. Open the main topology. refer to Steps 12 through 13 in scenario 1. refer to Steps 10 through 11 in scenario 1.. It dynamically allocates network resources as required. When the original link is restored. For details. right-click an NE and choose Configure Clock from the shortcut menu.

When the fiber resource occupancy exceeds the usage threshold. you can set reserved timeslots for an NE.3 Viewing TE Links You can view the ASON TE link information on the U2000. you need to set the same SRLG value for TE links that share the same risks in the network. which is known as the traffic engineer link (TE link). you need to set the TE link distance according to the actual physical distance. Based on the specific VC4 timeslot status. During the service rerouting. protection.9 Querying the Information About the Timeslots on the Link Sections The TE link that is configured with MSP is divided into several sections. there are links that have the same attributes according to a route protocol. The U2000 queries link resources in the network by the primary NE to keep the TE link data on the U2000 consistent with the ASON data. 1. you can query the following status of the VC4 slot: timeslot occupation status.10 Setting Resource Reservation You can configure the board ports and timeslots that are reserved for the permanent connections on an ASON NE. non-protection attribute. 1. and MSP switching status.2 Synchronizing TE Links You can synchronize the TE links. 1. 1.6. If the cable is cut. reservation status.6.4 Configuring the Link Distance You can set the link distance on the U2000 for route calculation. In an actual network. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .5 Setting the Custom Cost of the TE Link You can set the custom cost of the TE link on the U2000 for route calculation. Both ASON trails and permanent connections can be created in an ASON network. Total Timeslots.6. thousands of connections may exist between two nodes. 1. Switching Status. Therefore.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management one aspect of resource management.6. the system reports the CP_TELINK_EXHAUST alarm.7 Creating an SRLG Fibers in the same optical cable have the same risk. while each connection may be composed of multiple data links.6. Usually. You must set the custom cost and custom cost weight at the same time to enable the parameters. 1. 1. 1.6. 1.6.6 Setting the Usage Threshold of Fiber Resources The usage threshold of the fiber resources can be set according to the requirements of the customer.8 Querying VC4 Timeslot Occupation Status When you query the VC4 timeslot occupation status.6. and Idle Timeslots for each link section. You can query Protection. the control link data on the U2000 is kept consistent with that on the NEs of the ASON network. These links are regarded as a whole.6. or virtual link. Link resource reservation means that some timeslots of a link are reserved for the creation of permanent connections. This helps you to configure or maintain TE links. If you want to use the physical distance between NEs as one element for the route calculation. Ltd.11 Creating a Virtual Interfaces 1-68 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Synchronizing Control Links Networkwide By synchronizing the control links.6. 1. Timeslots Available for ASON. The sections of the TE link can be of the working.6. services should not be rerouted to the link that belongs to the same shared risk link group (SRLG). 1. serving as the processing object of the route information. all fibers are also cut. The reserved timeslots cannot be used when ASON trails are created and or rerouted..

Such TE links are available for creating services.6. choose Domain. You can also manually delete the interrupted link. 1. This facilitates fault locating. Background Information In current ASON software versions. to synchronize a TE link is the same as to synchronize a component link. uses traditional resources to realize the creation and protection for ASON services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs. however. In this sense. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The U2000 queries link resources in the network by the primary NE to keep the TE link data on the U2000 consistent with the ASON data. 1. the control link data on the U2000 is kept consistent with that on the NEs of the ASON network.6.6.13 Creating a TE Link Based on Virtual Interfaces This topic describes how to create a traffic engineering (TE) link based on virtual interfaces. all the information about the control links are displayed in the list.14 Deleting an Interrupted TE Link Manually When a TE link is interrupted. 1. 1-69 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. When the port rates on the source and the sink are different.1 Synchronizing Control Links Networkwide By synchronizing the control links.6. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The ASON network must be running properly.. then you can create TE link on the virtual interface. ----End 1. ASON services cannot be created between a traditional NE and an ASON NE. In the Synchronize dialog box displayed.6. you can create a TE link based on virtual interfaces. 1. A virtual TE link.2 Synchronizing TE Links You can synchronize the TE links. Ltd. NOTE After the synchronization is complete. Step 2 Click Synchronize. one TE link contains only one component link.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks You can partition a interface into several virtual interface with different rate by U2000.12 Creating a Virtual TE Link Without a TE link. the TE link is saved on the U2000 and the link status is Interrupted. You can directly create ASON services on TE links. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Control Link Management from the main menu. The ASON network is running normally. Step 3 Click Synchronize.

The component links of the TE link are displayed in the following table. Step 3 Click Synchronize. In the Synchronize dialog box displayed.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. The qualified links are shown in the list. Step 8 Optional: Click Save As. all the information about the TE links is displayed in the list. Step 4 Select one or more TE links. Step 6 Optional: Click Filter. VC4. Step 3 Select a TE link. Sink NE and OVPN Customer. Step 5 Optional: Select the desired bandwidth unit from the Bandwidth Units drop-down list. On the U2000 you can choose a different bandwidth unit to cater for the requirements for the SDH transmission. Step 2 Click Synchronize. for example. Ltd. The total bandwidth utilization is displayed in the left side of the button bar in the middle of the window. ----End 1-70 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. select the Domain. NOTE A TE link is unidirectional. Enter the start line number. The list is automatically refreshed and displays the link information according to the selected bandwidth unit. View the information of each link. end line number and the file name. NOTE According to some standards. Step 7 Optional: Click Print to export the list to Internet Explorer for printing. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. and click Filter. choose Domain. the bandwidth unit of TE links is kbit/s. Step 2 The list shows all links on the U2000. NOTE After the synchronization is complete. ----End 1. This helps you to configure or maintain TE links. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Click OK to save the list to a file.3 Viewing TE Links You can view the ASON TE link information on the U2000.6. The ASON network is running normally. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. So a two-fiber bidirectional fiber is displayed as two TE links. Source NE.. in the Filter dialog box displayed.

Step 4 Select a link. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. all the information about the TE links is displayed in the list. Step 2 Click Synchronize. In the Synchronize dialog box displayed.6. Step 5 Click Apply for the settings to take effect. and enter a value. Ltd. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. If you want to use the physical distance between NEs as one element for the route calculation.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. choose Domain. NOTE After the synchronization is complete.4 Configuring the Link Distance You can set the link distance on the U2000 for route calculation. you need to set the TE link distance according to the actual physical distance. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu.. Step 3 Click Synchronize. ----End 1. TE link management is based on correct link information. 1-71 . TE link management is based on correct link information.5 Setting the Custom Cost of the TE Link You can set the custom cost of the TE link on the U2000 for route calculation. enter the value in the dialog box. Step 2 Click Synchronize. NOTE After the synchronization is complete. Or right-click the column. choose Domain and Payload Type. double-click the Custom Cost field. You must set the custom cost and custom cost weight at the same time to enable the parameters. and enter a value. Step 3 Select a link. In the Synchronize dialog box displayed. Procedure Step 1 Click Synchronize. double-click the Distance(km) field. The ASON NE of the GCP V100R007C02 version or a later version. all the information about the TE links is displayed in the list.6.

the value is 0 and you can not set it. If the cable is cut. Procedure Step 1 Select the NE in the Main Topology. Step 2 Choose ASON > Optical Fiber Resource Threshold Management from the Function Tree. 1-72 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. When the fiber resource occupancy exceeds the usage threshold. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Click the Resource Threshold column and enter the planned resource usage threshold. the system reports the CP_TELINK_EXHAUST alarm. The fiber between NE1 and NE4. all fibers are also cut. NOTE The default value of Resource Threshold is 75. The ASON network must run normally. l If the source NE of the TE link not support the custom cost. the route calculation not affected by this parameters. Step 4 Click Apply to validate the settings. the TE links of the two fibers share the same risk..6. Service Requirement See Figure 1-24. Therefore. you need to set the same SRLG value for TE links that share the same risks in the network. During the service rerouting. ----End 1. Ltd. The TE link data must be configured on the U2000. Namely. Step 4 Click Apply for the settings to take effect. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . NE4 and NE5 are in the same equipment room.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l The value of custom cost is 0 to 100. and the fiber between NE1 and NE5 are within the same cable.6 Setting the Usage Threshold of Fiber Resources The usage threshold of the fiber resources can be set according to the requirements of the customer.7 Creating an SRLG Fibers in the same optical cable have the same risk. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.6. ----End 1. All NEs are ASON NEs. Step 3 Select the fiber. services should not be rerouted to the link that belongs to the same shared risk link group (SRLG). Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. In this situation.

8 Querying VC4 Timeslot Occupation Status When you query the VC4 timeslot occupation status. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Select a link from the list. Procedure Step 1 To query the VC4 timeslot occupation status at the network layer. 2.. The ASON network must be running properly.6. ----End 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-24 SRLG schematic diagram Two fibers in one cable NE1 NE4 NE5 NE2 NE3 Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. perform the following operations: 1. Based on the specific VC4 timeslot status. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Component Link Management from the main menu. you can set reserved timeslots for an NE. you can view the information of all component links of the U2000. In the list displayed. reservation status. you can query the following status of the VC4 slot: timeslot occupation status. Click Synchronize. NOTE After you modify the attributes. 3. 1-73 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . the TE link in the opposite direction is automatically set to the same SRLG value. In this example. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. the same field value should be applied to the SRLG of the TE link between NE1 and NE4 and the one of the TE link between NE1 and NE5. Step 2 Select the TE links. Double-click the SRLG field and enter a value. and MSP switching status. right-click and choose Query VC4 Timeslot Occupation Status. Step 3 Click Apply for the settings to take effect. The VC4 Timeslot Occupation Status dialog box is displayed.

Click Source Timeslot Status or Sink Timeslot Status. Step 3 Select the member link to be queried. Step 2 In the SDH Component Link Management window. Ltd. or virtual link. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Click Cancel. ----End 1. Step 2 Optional: To query the VC4 timeslot occupation status on a per-NE basis. 5. protection. You can query Protection. and Idle Timeslots for each link section. Total Timeslots.. click Synchronize. Step 4 In the Query Link Timeslot Segmentation window. The ASON feature must be enabled. ----End 1-74 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 4. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Component Link Management from the main menu. select a board that belongs to an ASON NE and choose ASON > VC4 Timeslot Occupation Status from the Function Tree. Switching Status. Click Query. non-protection attribute. and Idle Timeslots is displayed. The information about Protection.6. The sections of the TE link can be of the working.. 2. click Query. perform the following operations: 1. Timeslots Available for ASON. Right-click and choose Query Link Timeslot Segmentation from the shortcut menu. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. Click Query. Timeslots Available for ASON. Total Timeslots. In the NE Explorer. Switching Status.9 Querying the Information About the Timeslots on the Link Sections The TE link that is configured with MSP is divided into several sections.

6.. Service Requirement See Figure 1-25. NE2. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Ltd. 1-75 . NE2. These services are required to pass NE3 and NE4. The 11-N2SL64 of NE3 and 8-N2SL64 of NE4 are connected by fibers. Link resource reservation means that some timeslots of a link are reserved for the creation of permanent connections. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NE3 and NE4. According to the planning.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. The reserved timeslots cannot be used when ASON trails are created and or rerouted. NE1. two months later. you can configure the boards as shown in Figure 1-26. four unprotected traditional services will be created between NE5 and NE6.10 Setting Resource Reservation You can configure the board ports and timeslots that are reserved for the permanent connections on an ASON NE. Figure 1-25 Reserved link resources NE5 NE1 NE4 NE6 NE2 : ASON NE : Traditional NE NE3 Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirements. you need to reserve for the planned services some timeslots between NE3 and NE4 to prevent the timeslots from being occupied by rerouted ASON services. In this case. There are services running on NE1. The ASON network must be running properly. Both ASON trails and permanent connections can be created in an ASON network. NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs.

The list displays all component links on the U2000. l Source NE: NE3 l Source Port: 11-N2SL64-1(SDH-1) l Sink NE: NE4 l Sink Port: 8-N2SL64-1(SDH-1) Right-click the component link and choose Set Resource Reservation from the shortcut menu. Click Filter. click timeslots 33-36 to reserve the four timeslots. Select a link in the list. 2. Set the filter criteria as required. right-click it and choose Set Resource Reservation from the shortcut menu. Ltd. Click Synchronize. select a component link. 5. perform the following operations: 1. 3. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . 1-76 Click Close in the Operation Result dialog box.. For example. Set timeslots in Resource Reservation. The link resources are reserved. The Set Resource Reservation dialog box is displayed. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Component Link Management from the main menu. 4. click the reserved timeslot(s) that are configured. NOTE If you want to cancel the resource reservation settings. Click Cancel in the Set Resource Reservation dialog box . For example. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-26 Board configurations on NE3 and NE4 Procedure Step 1 To reserve link resources at the network layer. 7. Click Apply. 6. You can view the information of each component link.

5. Ltd. perform the following operations: 1. In the opposite station. Select the VC4 channel to be reserved and set the reservation status to Yes. 6. There is no TE link in the port. In the NE Explorer. select a board of an ASON NE and choose ASON > Resource Reservation Management from the Function Tree. 1-77 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Click Apply. select a board of an ASON NE and choose ASON > ASON Link Virtual Interface Management from the Function Tree.. .iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 2 Optional: To reserve link resources on a per-NE basis. A confirmation dialog box is displayed. The LMP protocol on the port is disabled. 7. click . In the NE Explorer of NE1.g. select an NE and choose ASON > Advanced Maintenance from the Function Tree. The Create Virtual Interface dialog box is displayed. NOTE If you need to enable the LMP protocol. 2. 3. Click Query to query the LMP protocol status from the NE. Procedure Step 1 Disable the LMP protocol. 5. Click Close. set the reservation status of the channels from NE3-11-N2SL64-1(SDH-1)VC4:33 to NE3-11-N2SL64-1(SDH-1)-VC4:36 to Yes. 2. choose Enabled. ----End 1.6. and then click OK. 1. 3. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) In the NE Explorer of NE1. Select the port at which the LMP is to be disabled. 5-N1SL4-1(SDH-1). e. 3. 4. Double-click the LMP Protocol Status column and choose Disabled from the drop-down list. Click Query to query the resource reservation status of the board from the NE. Step 2 Create the virtual interface. repeat step a to step d to reserve link resources. Click Query to query the ASON protocol information from the NE. Follow the preceding steps to disable the LMP protocol on the port 12-N2SL16-1(SDH-1) of NE4. Select the TE link whose source is NE1-5-N1SL4-1(SDH-1) and click Create Virtual Interface. 4. Click the ASON Protocol Management tab. For example. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.11 Creating a Virtual Interfaces You can partition a interface into several virtual interface with different rate by U2000. 1. Click Apply and a dialog box is displayed telling that the settings are applied. The operation result dialog box is displayed. Click Yes. 2. Select timeslot 1-4. then you can create TE link on the virtual interface.

however. Service Requirement See Figure 1-27.. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. a TE link can be created between NE3 and NE4. ASON services cannot be created between a traditional NE and an ASON NE. In the operation result dialog box. 4. Figure 1-27 Virtual TE link NE1 NE4 Virtual TE link NE5 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirements.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management CAUTION The timeslot sequence in the Selected Timeslots must map with the timeslot sequence of the remote virtual interface. NE2. an ASON service can be rerouted to the NE3-NE5-NE4 route. NE1. uses traditional resources to realize the creation and protection for ASON services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs. Ltd.6. view the information of the virtual interface. you can configure the boards on NE3 and NE4 as shown in Figure 1-28. You can directly create ASON services on TE links. A virtual TE link. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . click Close. NE5 is a traditional NE. 1-78 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.12 Creating a Virtual TE Link Without a TE link. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs. Click Query. There must be at least two configured ASON NEs. In this scenario. With the TE link. and configure the boards on NE5 as shown in Figure 1-29. ----End 1. 5.

. The 12-N1SL16 of NE4 and the 13-N1SL16 of NE5 are connected. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. 1-79 . Figure 1-28 Board configuration for NE3 and NE4 Figure 1-29 Board configuration for NE5 NOTE You need to create 16 VC4 cross-connections between 6-N1SL16 and 13-N1SL16 on NE5 in advance.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks The 12-N1SL16 of NE3 and the 6-N1SL16 of NE5 are connected.

Enter the attributes of the TE link. l When the rate source and sink port is different. 4. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Component Link Management from the main menu. select ASON Trail Creation.13 Creating a TE Link Based on Virtual Interfaces This topic describes how to create a traffic engineering (TE) link based on virtual interfaces. Fault Detection Only or Virtual Interface.. 4. set the source NE to NE3 and the source port to 12-N1SL16-1(SDH-1) (The optical interface must be the one connected to NE5). All the component links are displayed in the list. When the port rates on the source and the sink are different. Click OK. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. If the component link is deleted.6. Set or enter a value for each parameter of the link and click OK. l 1. Set the sink NE to E4. the corresponding TE link automatically disappears. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . You can view all the information about the links. a TE link that corresponds to the component link is automatically displayed in the SDH TE Link Management window. 2. the virtual TE link is broken and triggers the rerouting. In this case. Procedure l To create a TE link by directly creating a virtual TE link. 3. perform the following operations: 1. Click Maintenance and choose Create Virtual TE Link. Ltd. the fiber cut happens to a gold service. The Create Component Link dialog box is displayed. Click Synchronize. Such TE links are available for creating services. 1-80 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Click Create. you can create a TE link based on virtual interfaces. The Create Virtual TE Link dialog box is displayed. The TE link can be used to create a service. the link management protocol cannot automatically discover TE links. select Fault Detection Only. 2. NOTE To create a TE link by creating a component link. ----End 1. On some occasions. 5. Set the extended type to ASON Trail Creation. select Virtual Interface. (for example. l If an MSP spans an ASON network and an SDH network over the boundary between the two networks. If for the second time. l When the TE link is used to create a service. For example. 3.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Background Information Currently. you can create a TE link by adding a component link. and the sink port to 12-N1SL16-1(SDH-1) (The optical interface must be the one connected to NE5). perform the following operations: After the component link is successfully created. NOTE l The extended type has two options: ASON Trail Creation. when the J0 byte is down). you can create a TE link by manually creating a component link.

At least two ASON NEs must be configured. Figure 1-30 TE link based on virtual interfaces A B A NE1 Domain A STM-4 NE2 NE3 Virtual TE Link STM-16 Domain B NE4 : ASON NE : Traditional NE : Fiber : Trail Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the TE link can be created successfully. Thus. Based on the virtual interfaces.. however. cannot be directly created by using the ports of NE1 and NE4. you need to set them as virtual NEs. because the link rates are different. NOTE If NE2 and NE3 cannot be managed by the U2000. You can manage equipment and services within a unified ASON domain. A virtual TE link between domain A and domain B. 1-81 . NE1 and NE2 are connected by an STM-4 fiber. You need to create a virtual interface of 4 Mbit/s bandwidth on NE1 and NE4. the ASON domain A and B are combined as a unified ASON domain A. Service Requirement As shown in Figure 1-30. It is required that ASON domain A and B be combined and managed as one ASON domain.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. NE2 and NE3 are traditional NEs residing in a traditional synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) network or a non-Huawei network. NE1 and NE4 are ASON NEs residing in ASON domain A and ASON domain B respectively. Ltd. NE2 and NE3 are connected through a subnet. and NE3 and NE4 are connected by an STM-16 fiber.

Figure 1-32 shows the configuration of boards on NE2 and NE3. Figure 1-31 shows the configuration of boards on NE1 and NE4.. Figure 1-31 Board configuration for NE1 and NE4 S S S S S S S S S S S S SS S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 PIU EOW GSCC GSCC FAN FAN PIU AUX S 3 3 FAN S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 T11XCSA T11XCSA NE2 and NE3 are abstracted as virtual NEs. Ltd. Figure 1-32 Board configuration for virtual NEs S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 N1SL4 N2SL16 Service Planning Table 1-15 shows the planning of the virtual interfaces on NE1 and NE4. N2SL16 N1SL4 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Table 1-15 Virtual interface planning Attribute Board Port Timeslot NE1 5-N1SL4 1 1-4 NE4 12-N2SL16 1 1-4 1-82 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Board Configuration NE1 and NE4 are OptiX OSN 7500.

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Table 1-16 shows the planning of the virtual TE link between NE1 and NE4. Table 1-16 Virtual TE link planning Attribute Source NE Source Port Source Virtual Interface Sink NE Sink Port Sink Virtual Interface Extend Type NE1<->NE4 NE1 5-N1SL4-1(SDH-1) 1-4 NE4 12-N2SL16-1(SDH-1) 1-4 Virtual Interface

Procedure
Step 1 Disable the LMP protocol. 1. 2. 3. In the NE Explorer of NE1, select an NE and choose ASON > Advanced Maintenance from the Function Tree. Click the ASON Protocol Management tab. Click Query to query the ASON protocol information from the NE. Select the port at which the LMP is to be disabled, e.g. 5-N1SL4-1(SDH-1). Double-click the LMP Protocol Status column and choose Disabled from the drop-down list.
NOTE

If you need to enable the LMP protocol, choose Enabled.

4. 5. 6. 7.

Click Apply. A confirmation dialog box is displayed. Click Yes. The operation result dialog box is displayed. Click Close. Click Query to query the LMP protocol status from the NE. Follow the preceding steps to disable the LMP protocol on the port 12-N2SL16-1(SDH-1) of NE4. In the NE Explorer of NE1, select a board of an ASON NE and choose ASON > ASON Link Virtual Interface Management from the Function Tree. Select the TE link whose source is NE1-5-N1SL4-1(SDH-1) and click Create Virtual Interface. The Create Virtual Interface dialog box is displayed. Select timeslot 1-4, click , and then click OK.

Step 2 Create the virtual interface. 1. 2. 3.

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CAUTION
The timeslot sequence in the Selected Timeslots must map with the timeslot sequence of the remote virtual interface. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. In the operation result dialog box, click Close. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. Click Synchronize. Click Maintenance and choose Create Virtual TE Link. The Create Virtual TE Link dialog box is displayed. Enter the attributes of the TE link. For example, set the source NE to NE1, the source port to 5-N1SL4-1(SDH-1), and the source virtual interface to 1-4. (The optical interface must be the one connected to NE2). Set the sink NE to E4, the sink port to 12-N1SL16-1(SDH-1), and the source virtual interface to 1-4. (The optical interface must be the one connected to NE3). Set the extended type to Virtual Interface. In the operation result dialog box, click Close. Click Synchronize. The virtual TE link is displayed in the link list. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu. Right-click the ASON domain B on the object tree and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. Select the ASON domain A from the object tree and click Synchronize NE. The NEs that reside in the ASON domain B are synchronized into the ASON domain A.

Step 3 Create the virtual TE link.

5. 6. 1. 2. 3.

Step 4 Synchronize NEs of an ASON domain from the NMS.

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1.6.14 Deleting an Interrupted TE Link Manually
When a TE link is interrupted, the TE link is saved on the U2000 and the link status is Interrupted. This facilitates fault locating. You can also manually delete the interrupted link.

Prerequisite
l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The status of a TE link must be Interrupted.

Context
When a TE link is interrupted, the TE link is saved on the U2000 and the link status is Interrupted. You can perform a network-wide synchronization to delete all interrupted TE links, or manually delete a specific interrupted TE link. In the window for viewing alarms, you can query the interrupted TE link by viewing the TE links relevant to the alarm. Meanwhile, the interrupted TE link is displayed in the TE link management list.
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Procedure
Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. Step 2 In the TE link list, select one or more links whose statuses are Interrupted, right-click, and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. Step 3 In the confirmation dialog box, click OK. Step 4 A dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close. ----End

1.7 Managing SRGs
The TE links in the same optical cable, NE, site, and pipe have the same risk. You can find a balance point between management costs and risk control, determine the risks to be managed, and manage the risks by means of SRGs. 1.7.1 Creating an SRG The TE links in the same optical cable, NE, site, and pipe have the same risk. You can create an SRG that associates the physical topology of an ASON network to TE links. In this manner, you can easily manage risks. 1.7.2 Querying the SRG Related to a TE Link The TE links in the same optical cable, NE, site, and pipe have the same risk. SRGs and TE links are of the many-to-many relationship. That is, an SRG may contain multiple TE links and a TE link may belong to multiple SRGs. 1.7.3 Querying the SRG Related to an ASON NE You can query an SRG by means of an ASON NE.

1.7.1 Creating an SRG
The TE links in the same optical cable, NE, site, and pipe have the same risk. You can create an SRG that associates the physical topology of an ASON network to TE links. In this manner, you can easily manage risks.

Prerequisite
l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. You must have the U2000 license that supports the SRG function. The TE link data exists on the U2000.

Basic Concepts
The physical topology of an ASON network in a project usually differs from the TE links in the control plane due to the differences in the planning and construction of sites, optical cables, and pipes. The two links that seem to be irrelevant on the topology may be placed in the same optical cable or pipe. Hence, the TE links in the same optical cable, pipe, and NE have the same risk. The risk refers to the probability of a link cut.
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Physical Topology
Figure 1-33 shows the physical topology. NE 1 through NE 3 are ASON NEs. NE 2 and NE 3 are located on site B. Fiber 1 and fiber 3 are located in optical cable 1; fiber 2 and fiber 4 are located in optical cable 2; fiber 2 and fiber 3 are located in optical cable 3; fiber 3 and fiber 4 are located in optical cable 4; optical cable 1 and fiber 2 are located in pipe 1. Figure 1-33 Schematic diagram of the physical topology of an SRG
Node B NE2 NE3

Pipe 1 Cable 1

Fiber2

Cable 2

Cable 3 Fiber 1 Calbe 4 Fiber 3 Fiber 4 NE1 Node A : Cable : Pipe : Fiber : ASON NE

Topology of TE Links
Figure 1-34 shows the topology of TE links. Link 1 and link 3 are located between NE 1 and NE 2; link 4 is located between NE 1 and NE 3; link 2 is located between NE 2 and NE 3. All NEs are located in ASON domains. Figure 1-34 Schematic diagram of the topology of the TE links in an SRG
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Risk Analysis
The TE links in the same optical cable, NE, site, and pipe have the same risk. Table 1-17 lists the risk analysis result according to the mapping relationship between the physical topology and the TE links. Table 1-17 Risk cause analysis Risk Cause Pipe 1 is cut. Optical cable 1 is cut. Optical cable 2 is cut. Optical cable 3 is cut. Optical cable 4 is cut. A power failure occurs in NE 1. A power failure occurs in NE 2. A power failure occurs in NE 3. A power failure occurs in site B. Member Link 1, link 2, link 3 Link 1, link 3 Link 2, link 4 Link 2, link 3 Link 3, link 4 Link 1, link 3, link 4 Link 1, link 2, link 3 Link 3, link 4 Link 1, link 2, link 3, link 4

SRG Planning
A TE link can belong to multiple SRGs (you can set multiple SRG IDs) and an SRG can contain multiple TE links. Table 1-18, Table 1-19, Table 1-20, and Table 1-21 lists the division of SRGs according to the risk analysis result. Table 1-18 SRGs for pipes SRG Name SRG_pipe_001 ID 1 Member Optical cable 1, fiber 2

Table 1-19 SRGs for optical cables SRG Name SRG_cable_001 SRG_cable_002 SRG_cable_003 SRG_cable_004 ID 2 3 4 5 Member Optical cable 1 Optical cable 2 Optical cable 3 Optical cable 4

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. . enter Optical cable and click begins with Optical cable is filtered out and displayed in the dialog box. Step 6 Add fiber 1 to the SRG. Basic information l Name: SRG_pipe_001 l ID: 1 l ASON Domain: ASON l Type: pipe l Remarks: pipe Step 5 Add optical cable 1 to the SRG. 2. 2.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Table 1-20 SRGs for NEs SRG Name SRG_NE_001 SRG_NE_002 SRG_NE_003 ID 6 7 8 Member NE 1 NE 2 NE 3 Table 1-21 SRGs for sites SRG Name SRG_Station_001 ID 9 Member NE 2. Ltd. Step 2 Create an SRG for optical cables. enter Fiber and click . In the Name text box. Step 3 Click Create and the Create SRLG dialog box is displayed. there is no information in the Unselected Object field. there is no information in the Unselected Object field. NOTE If the queried information is null. 1. The object whose name In the Name text box. Step 4 Enter the basic information about the SRG. 1-88 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The object whose name begins with Fiber is filtered out and displayed in the dialog box. 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Select Optical Cable 1 and click > to add it to the Selected Object pane. NOTE If the queried information is null. Select Fiber 1 and click > to add it to the Selected Object pane. NE 3 Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > SRG Management from the main menu.

Step 3 The SRG Management window is displayed showing the SRG related to the selected TE link. NOTE No SRG is displayed if there is no SRG related to the TE link.. An SRG must be created on the U2000. and then choose Query Relevant SRGs from the shortcut menu. Step 2 Select one or more TE links.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 7 Click OK. ----End 1. an SRG may contain multiple TE links and a TE link may belong to multiple SRGs. and then choose Query Relevant SRGs from the shortcut menu. right-click. The TE link data exists on the U2000. Step 2 In the Object Tree.7. right-click. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. select the ASON domain where the NE to be queried resides and click the ASON NE tab. ----End Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu. ----End 1. Step 3 Select one or more NEs. Step 8 Repeat Steps 1 through 7 to create other SRGs according to the SRG planning. site. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.2 Querying the SRG Related to a TE Link The TE links in the same optical cable. 1-89 . You must have the U2000 license that supports the SRG function.7. That is. SRGs and TE links are of the many-to-many relationship. Ltd.3 Querying the SRG Related to an ASON NE You can query an SRG by means of an ASON NE. NE. Step 4 The SRG Management window is displayed showing the SRG related to the selected NE. You must have the U2000 license that supports the SRG function. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. and pipe have the same risk.

1. Ltd. MSP) and rerouting ability. It is also called an ASON trail. A label switched path (LSP) is a trail passed through by an ASON service.. Copper service: does not provide protection in the case of a fault. The trail levels that an ASON server trail supports are as follows: gold. copper and iron. the silver services have a high bandwidth utilization. the ASON trail data on the U2000 is kept consistent with that in the ASON network.8. Since the system calculates the reverting trail for a silver trail in real time. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Gold service: provides 1:1 protection (for example. silver and copper.6 Creating an Iron ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the iron-class protection.2 Creating a Diamond ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the diamond-class protection. If the network resource is insufficient. 1. Iron service: extra services which can be preempted and have no protection.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1. If a silver ASON trail fails.8.8.8 Creating ASON Services The trail levels that an ASON trail supports are as follows: diamond.7 Creating an ASON Server Trail 1-90 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If the protection resource is insufficient. 1. Silver service: provides rerouting services and re-calculates a route in the real time. primarily use the protection resource of a TE link. you do not need to reserve resources for it. gold. 1. In this sense. Usually they are used to configure temporary services. Background Information The U2000 provides the end-to-end ASON trail management feature and supports services at five classes of service (CoS) as follows: l l l l l Diamond service: provides 1+1 protection (for example. silver. Copper services are not used often. you can use the non-protection resource of the TE link. you can use the unprotected TE link resources.1 Synchronizing ASON Trails By synchronizing the ASON trails. If the working TE links are insufficient. 1.8.3 Creating a Gold ASON service You can create an ASON trail with the gold-class protection. SNCP) and rerouting ability. It is recommended that you ensure sufficient protection resources in the network before creating an iron service.5 Creating a Copper ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the copper-class protection.8.8.4 Creating a Silver ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the silver-class protection. the service may be interrupted. 1.8. the rerouting is periodically initiated until the trail is successfully rerouted. NOTE OptiX OSN 3800 and OptiX OSN 6800 support the WDM ASON client trail. primarily use the working TE links. 1. When you create a gold service. It is recommended that you ensure that sufficient working resources are available in the network before you create a gold service. When you create an iron service.

and select methods as needed. click Incremental Filter. in the Synchronize dialog box displayed. click Secondary Filter. Ltd. the ASON trail data on the U2000 is kept consistent with that in the ASON network. An ASON trail must be created on the U2000.8. Step 2 Optional: Set the filter criteria in the Filter dialog box. At the NE side.12 Deactivating the SDH ASON Trail Deactivating an SDH ASON trail can release the resources that the trail occupies. you can use the sectioned tunnel to ensure that multiple nodes share the tunnel bandwidth. In this case. l If you need to filter all the trails. 1.8.8. Service association is applied to access services that have two access points.13 Deleting an ASON Trail The operation of deleting ASON trails removes the trail data from the U2000 and the NE.8. 1. silver. gold. In the Prompt dialog box displayed.. An ASON server trail is applicable to diamond. click Yes.8. The associated trails are separated from each other during the service optimization and rerouting whenever possible.8 Creating a Segmented ASON Server Trail In the case of a end-to-end tunnel that traverses multiple nodes. 1. the ASON NE adopts the 1+1 routing policy to try to avoid the associated ASON trail (or server trail). 1. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. or copper services.1 Synchronizing ASON Trails By synchronizing the ASON trails. click Filter All.9 Creating Two Associated SDH ASON Trails The ASON trail association function associates two services so that the two services are not preempted by each other during the rerouting and optimization. 1.10 Setting ASON Trail Association ASON trail association means two ASON trails are associated. if one of the trails (or server trails) is rerouted or optimized.11 Creating ASON Services in Batches The batch creation function is always used if a large number of ASON services need to be created. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. an ASON server trail is also called a tunnel service. Step 3 Click Synchronize.8. After two trails are associated.8. set the Domain and Attributes. 1-91 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l If you need to add more trails that match the requirement to the list. l If you need to filter the trails in the list. 1. the intermediate nodes cannot add or drop lower order services through this UNI link. 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks An ASON server trail is mainly used to carry lower order services (VC3 or VC12).

Background Information When you create a diamond service. working state. right-click and choose Synchronize from the shortcut menu to synchronize the selected ASON trails.2 Creating a Diamond ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the diamond-class protection. Step 6 Click Close.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Attributes: basic information. l You can also select one or more ASON trails. A permanent 1+1 diamond service at the rate of 155 Mbit/s is required between NE1 and NE3. you need to properly configure the rerouting attributes as required. Figure 1-35 Diamond service requirement NE1 Working LSP Protection LSP NE4 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : LSP 1-92 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. view the new services and lost services of the NE. The U2000 must have synchronized networkwide TE links and have sufficient TE link resources. Step 4 Click Synchronize. Service Requirement See Figure 1-35.8. rerouting attributes and associated services. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .. The following descriptions are based on the permanent 1+1 diamond service. Ltd. At this time. The working LSP is required to pass NE2 and the protection LSP is required to pass NE4. the synchronized attributes for the ASON trails are consistent with the synchronization attributes that you set in the Synchronize window. Step 5 In the Browse New/Lost Service on NE dialog box. SLA-compliant. ----End 1.

. you can refer to Table 1-22 to plan the diamond service.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement. you can configure the boards as shown in Figure 1-36. Ltd. Table 1-22 Diamond service planning Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class SNCP Access NE1<->NE3 NE1 13-SLQ1-1 1 NE3 13-SLQ1-1 1 Diamond None Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1-93 . Figure 1-36 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3 Service Planning To meet the previously mentioned service requirement.

port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Step 3 In Basic information. In the right-hand topology. 1-94 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Click OK. and the creation wizard is displayed.. enter the attributes as follows: l Revetrive Mode: Non-Revetrive l Lockout: Unlocked l Priority: 1 l Trigger Condition: Reroute when one trail fails l CrankBack: 1 l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible l Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error: No l Rerouting Hold-off time: 0 Step 5 Set the source NE. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. enter the trail information as follows: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0001 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Diamond l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation l OVPN Customer: Share Resource Step 4 In the Routing Attributes field. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail. For example. protection path: NE1NE4-NE3 Revertive Mode Lockout Priority Trigger condition CrankBack Policy Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error Rerouting Hold-off time Non-Revertive Unlocked 1 Reroute when one trail fails 1 Use existing trails whenever possible No 0 Rerouting attributes Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. enter the rerouting attributes of the trail. Ltd. enter the basic information of the ASON trail.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute Route constraint NE1<->NE3 Working path: NE1-NE2NE3. For example.

For example. the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NOTE If you need to cancel the Excluded Node or Excluded Link. choose Browse from the shortcut menu. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. Step 8 Optional: Set Explicit Node or Explicit Link. the port 1 and the timeslot 1. l Select the Protection option button. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. Click OK. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Excluded Node or Cancel Excluded Link from the shortcut menu. Step 10 Optional: Set the Activate or Duplicate after created check box. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Step 6 Set the sink NE. Right-click NE4 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. the source/sink. NOTE If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks For example. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Explicit Node or Cancel Explicit Link.. 1-95 . select the SLQ1 in slot 13. Step 7 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route. l After you select the Set Explicit Link shortcut menu item. Every change of the route constraints. you can do as follows: l Select the Working option button. its submenu is displayed in a folded manner if there are more than ten available explicit links. NOTE l If you want to specify the timeslot when setting the explicit link. l To cancel the Explicit Node or Explicit Link. Right-click NE2 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. In the right-hand topology. Ltd. Step 9 Optional: Set Excluded Node or Excluded Link.

The U2000 must have synchronized the links of the entire network and have sufficient link resources. Four ASON NEs compose an MSP ring. check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. If the system prompts that the route calculation fails. Step 11 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. Step 12 Click Close. Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints. after a trail is created. The gold service must be managed in the end-to-end mode. When you query the valid route on the U2000 after the MS switching of a gold service occurs. Service Requirement See Figure 1-37. you can create multiple trails that share the same source and sink by duplicating the created trail. A gold service at the rate of 155 Mbit/ s is required between NE1 and NE3. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . the returned data is null. or 1+1 protected ASON trails. When you create a gold service. The requirements of realizing the function are as follows: l l l l The license for end-to-end must be available. If the working TE links are insufficient. ----End 1. primarily use the working TE links. 1:N. NOTE To change the route restriction. It is recommended that you ensure that sufficient working resources are available in the network before you create a gold service. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. Click Apply.3 Creating a Gold ASON service You can create an ASON trail with the gold-class protection. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. If the creation is successful. a created trail is applied to the NE so that the trail is in the activated state. right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. Otherwise. The MS protection (MSP) ring on which the gold service runs must be searched out.8.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l If you check the Activate check box. the query of valid route fails. the actual route of the ASON module is displayed. l If you check the Duplicate after created check box. The U2000 supports displaying the valid route of a gold service after multiplex section (MS) switching. or the returned route segment does not contain the information of source and sink NEs of ASON route segment. you need to create fibers and configure the MSP protection before creating 1:1. Step 13 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. 1-96 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. All links that the ASON trail passes through are under MSP protection. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. In this case. the system prompts that the operation was successful. Ltd. if the network interface fails to return the route data. you can use the unprotected TE link resources. The selected route constraint is deleted.

Ltd. NE1<->NE3 NE1 1-97 .iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-37 Gold service requirement NE1 NE 2 MSP Ring NE4 NE3 : ASON NE Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement. you can refer to Table 1-23 to plan a gold service. Table 1-23 Gold service planning Attribute Source NE Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 1-38 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3 Service Planning To meet the service requirement. you can configure the boards on the NEs as shown in Figure 1-38..

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 3 In Basic information. and the creation wizard is displayed. Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail. The difference lies in that the protection type is Gold. set the attributes as follows: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0002 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Gold l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation l OVPN Customer: Share Resource 1-98 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu..1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class Route constraint SNCP Access Rerouting attribute Revertive Mode Lockout Priority CrankBack Policy Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error Rerouting Hold-off time NE1<->NE3 13-SLQ1-2 1 NE3 13-SLQ1-2 1 gold The service route must pass NE2. enter the basic information of the ASON trail. None Non-revertive Unlocked 2 1 Use existing trails whenever possible No 0 Background Information The procedure for creating a gold ASON trail is similar to that described in "Creating a Diamond ASON Trail". Ltd. For example.

port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. its submenu is displayed in a folded manner if there are more than ten available explicit links. set the attributes as follows: l Revetrive Mode: Non-Revetrive l Lockout: Unlocked l Priority: 2 l CrankBack: 1 l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible l Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error: No l Rerouting Hold-off time: 0 Step 5 Set the source NE. the source/sink. NOTE If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box. Ltd. For example. Click OK. Step 8 Optional: Set Explicit Node or Explicit Link. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. choose Browse from the shortcut menu. l After you select the Set Explicit Link shortcut menu item. Step 7 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 4 In the Routing Attributes field. In the right-hand topology. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Explicit Node or Cancel Explicit Link. Right-click NE2 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu.. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. In the right-hand topology. l To cancel the Explicit Node or Explicit Link. For example. enter the rerouting attributes of the trail. NOTE l If you want to specify the timeslot when setting the explicit link. For example. select Working. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. Step 6 Set the sink NE. Click OK. 1-99 . Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. Every change of the route constraints. the port 2 and the timeslot 1. select the SLQ1 in slot 13. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. Step 9 Optional: Set Excluded Node or Excluded Link.

If the creation is successful. A silver service at the rate of 155 Mbit/s is required between NE1 and NE3. you do not need to reserve resources for it.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management If you need to cancel the Excluded Node or Excluded Link. after a trail is created. a created trail is applied to the NE so that the trail is in the activated state. Click Apply. Step 13 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. Step 11 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. NOTE l If you check the Activate check box. Ltd. you can create multiple trails that share the same source and sink by duplicating the created trail. In this sense. Service Requirement See Figure 1-39. 1-100 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. Step 10 Optional: Set the Activate or Duplicate after created check box. ----End 1. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. The selected route constraint is deleted. The four NEs are all ASON NEs. l If you check the Duplicate after created check box. Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints. the rerouting is periodically initiated until the trail is successfully rerouted. If a silver ASON trail fails. right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. the system prompts that the operation was successful. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Since the system calculates the reverting trail for a silver trail in real time.8. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.. If the network resource is insufficient. Step 12 Click Close. If the system prompts that the route calculation fails. check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. the service may be interrupted. The U2000 must have synchronized the links of the entire network and have sufficient link resources.4 Creating a Silver ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the silver-class protection. NOTE To change the route restriction. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Excluded Node or Cancel Excluded Link from the shortcut menu. the silver services have a high bandwidth utilization.

Figure 1-40 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3 Service Planning To meet the service requirement. you can refer to Table 1-24 to plan a silver service. Ltd. Table 1-24 Silver service planning Attribute Source NE Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. you can configure the boards on the NEs as shown in Figure 1-40. NE1<->NE3 NE1 1-101 .iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-39 Silver service requirement NE1 NE2 NE4 NE3 :ASON NE : LSP Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement.

Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class SNCP Access Route constraint Rerouting attribute Revertive Mode Lockout Priority CrankBack Policy Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error Rerouting Hold-off time NE1<->NE3 13-SLQ1-3 1 NE3 13-SLQ1-3 1 Silver None The service route must pass NE2. set the attributes as follows: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0003 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Silver l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation l OVPN Customer: Share Resource 1-102 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. enter the basic information of the ASON trail. The difference lies in that the protection type is Silver. and the creation wizard is displayed.. Step 3 In Basic information. For example. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Automatically Revertive Unlocked 2 1 Use existing trails whenever possible No 0 Background Information The procedure for creating a silver ASON trail is similar to that described in "Creating a Diamond ASON Trail".

choose Browse from the shortcut menu. NOTE l If you want to specify the timeslot when setting the explicit link. In the right-hand topology. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation. For example. Ltd. Step 7 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route. set the attributes as follows: l Revetrive Mode: Automatically Revetrive l WTR Time(s): 600 l Lockout: Unlocked l Priority: 2 l CrankBack: 1 l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible l Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error l Rerouting Hold-off time: 0 Step 5 Set the source NE. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Explicit Node or Cancel Explicit Link. select Working. the port 3 and the timeslot 1. Step 8 Optional: Set Explicit Node or Explicit Link. the source/sink. Click OK. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Right-click NE2 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. Every change of the route constraints. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. l After you select the Set Explicit Link shortcut menu item.. l To cancel the Explicit Node or Explicit Link. 1-103 . Step 9 Optional: Set Excluded Node or Excluded Link. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. select the SLQ1 in slot 13. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. NOTE If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box. the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. its submenu is displayed in a folded manner if there are more than ten available explicit links. In the right-hand topology. Step 6 Set the sink NE.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 4 In the Routing Attributes field. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Click OK. enter the rerouting attributes of the trail. For example. For example.

. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. Copper services are not used often. l If you check the Duplicate after created check box. you can create multiple trails that share the same source and sink by duplicating the created trail. Step 10 Optional: Set the Activate or Duplicate after created check box.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management If you need to cancel the Excluded Node or Excluded Link. The U2000 must have synchronized the links of the entire network and have sufficient link resources. NOTE To change the route restriction. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. Click Apply. Ltd. Step 13 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window.8. NOTE l If you check the Activate check box. right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. If the system prompts that the route calculation fails. Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints. Step 12 Click Close. after a trail is created. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. a created trail is applied to the NE so that the trail is in the activated state. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. A copper service at the rate of 155 Mbit/s is required between NE1 and NE3. Step 11 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. If the creation is successful. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. The selected route constraint is deleted. ----End 1. Service Requirement See Figure 1-41. Figure 1-41 Copper service requirement NE1 NE2 NE4 NE3 :ASON NE : LSP 1-104 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Usually they are used to configure temporary services. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Excluded Node or Cancel Excluded Link from the shortcut menu. the system prompts that the operation was successful. The four NEs are all ASON NEs.5 Creating a Copper ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the copper-class protection.

you can refer to Table 1-25 to plan a copper service.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement.. Table 1-25 Copper service planning Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class Route constraint NE1<->NE3 NE1 13-SLQ1-4 1 NE3 13-SLQ1-4 1 Copper The service route must pass NE2. Ltd. 1-105 . Figure 1-42 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3 Service Planning To meet the service requirement. you can configure the boards as shown in Figure 1-42. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Ltd. l After you select the Set Explicit Link shortcut menu item. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. set the attributes as follows: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0004 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Copper l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation Step 4 Set the source NE. NOTE l If you want to specify the timeslot when setting the explicit link. Right-click NE2 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. its submenu is displayed in a folded manner if there are more than ten available explicit links.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Background Information The procedure for creating a copper ASON trail is similar to that described in "Creating a Diamond ASON Trail". Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Click OK. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail. select the SLQ1 in slot 13. and the creation wizard is displayed. In the right-hand topology. For example. In the right-hand topology. Step 3 In Basic information. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. the source/sink. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Explicit Node or Cancel Explicit Link. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation. Step 6 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. l To cancel the Explicit Node or Explicit Link. the port 4. 1-106 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and the timeslot 1. Step 5 Set the sink NE. enter the basic information of the ASON trail. Step 7 Optional: Set Explicit Node or Explicit Link. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. The difference lies in that the protection type is Copper. Every change of the route constraints. NOTE If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box. select the Working option button. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. choose Browse from the shortcut menu. For example. For example. Click OK. double-click the sink NE and select a slot.. Step 8 Optional: Set Excluded Node or Excluded Link.

right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. ----End 1. NOTE To change the route restriction. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. Service Requirement See Figure 1-43. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Excluded Node or Cancel Excluded Link from the shortcut menu. Ltd. The selected route constraint is deleted. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. you need to create fibers and configure the MSP protection before creating 1:1. 1-107 . a created trail is applied to the NE so that the trail is in the activated state. When you create an iron service. l If you check the Duplicate after created check box. Step 11 Click Close. Step 10 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. 1:N. Click Apply. Step 9 Optional: Set the Activate or Duplicate after created check box.6 Creating an Iron ASON Service You can create an ASON trail with the iron-class protection. Otherwise. It is recommended that you ensure sufficient protection resources in the network before creating an iron service. If the protection resource is insufficient. you can create multiple trails that share the same source and sink by duplicating the created trail. the system prompts that the operation was successful.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE If you need to cancel the Excluded Node or Excluded Link. after a trail is created. NOTE l If you check the Activate check box..8. or 1+1 protected ASON trails. If the creation is successful. Step 12 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. All links that the ASON trail passes through are under MSP protection. Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints. The four ASON NEs compose an MSP ring. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. An iron service at the rate of 155 Mbit/s is required between NE1 and NE3. primarily use the protection resource of a TE link. If the system prompts that the route calculation fails. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. you can use the non-protection resource of the TE link. The U2000 must have synchronized the links of the entire network and have sufficient link resources.

you can configure the boards as shown in Figure 1-44.. you can refer to Table 1-26 to plan an iron service. NE1<->NE3 NE1 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Table 1-26 Iron service planning Attribute Source NE 1-108 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 1-44 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3 Service Planning To meet the service requirement. Ltd.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-43 Iron service requirement NE1 NE 2 MSP Ring NE4 NE3 : ASON NE Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement.

select the SLQ1 in slot 6. set the attributes as follows: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0005 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Iron l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation Step 4 Set the source NE. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation. enter the basic information of the ASON trail. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. the port 1 and the timeslot 1. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Attribute Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class Route constraint NE1<->NE3 6-SLQ1-1 1 NE3 6-SLQ1-1 1 Iron The service route must pass NE2. Step 7 Optional: Set Explicit Node or Explicit Link. The difference lies in that the protection type is Iron. Step 3 In Basic information. Click OK. In the right-hand topology. Every change of the route constraints. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. 1-109 . port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed.. Background Information The procedure for creating an iron ASON trail is similar to that described in "Creating a Diamond ASON Trail". the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. the source/sink. For example. Step 6 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route. and the creation wizard is displayed. Click OK. In the right-hand topology. Ltd. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NOTE If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box. Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. For example. Step 5 Set the sink NE.

You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. Step 12 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window.. its submenu is displayed in a folded manner if there are more than ten available explicit links. a created trail is applied to the NE so that the trail is in the activated state. l After you select the Set Explicit Link shortcut menu item. Right-click NE2 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. NOTE l If you check the Activate check box. l To cancel the Explicit Node or Explicit Link. For example. Step 10 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Explicit Node or Cancel Explicit Link. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints. the system prompts that the operation was successful. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Excluded Node or Cancel Excluded Link from the shortcut menu. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. If the system prompts that the route calculation fails.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management NOTE l If you want to specify the timeslot when setting the explicit link. Click Apply. l If you check the Duplicate after created check box. ----End 1-110 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. you can create multiple trails that share the same source and sink by duplicating the created trail. Step 11 Click Close. Step 8 Optional: Set Excluded Node or Excluded Link. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . If the creation is successful. Step 9 Optional: Set the Activate or Duplicate after created check box. select the Working option button. right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. after a trail is created. NOTE To change the route restriction. The selected route constraint is deleted. Ltd. choose Browse from the shortcut menu. NOTE If you need to cancel the Excluded Node or Excluded Link.

Eight VC12 services need to be transmitted between NE1 and NE3. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Service Requirement The following descriptions are based on a diamond ASON server trail. or copper services. silver. gold. An ASON server trail is applicable to diamond. you can configure the boards as shown in Figure 1-46. The U2000 must have synchronized the links of the entire network and have sufficient link resources.8. an ASON server trail is also called a tunnel service. See Figure 1-45..7 Creating an ASON Server Trail An ASON server trail is mainly used to carry lower order services (VC3 or VC12). Figure 1-45 Diamond ASON server trail requirement NE1 VC12 NE2 Working Protection NE4 Diamond tunnel NE3 Diamond tunnel VC12 : ASON NE Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement. you need to configure ASON server trails. In this case. Ltd. At the NE side. and the diamond-class protection is required for these trails. 1-111 .iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1.

Ltd. you can refer to Table 1-27 to plan a diamond ASON server trail.. Table 1-27 Diamond ASON server trail planning Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class ASON server trail SNCP Access Route constraint NE1<->NE3 NE1 2-PQ1 1-8 NE3 2-PQ1 1-8 Diamond Diamond ASON server trail None Working path: NE1-NE2NE3. protection path: NE1NE4-NE3 Revertive Mode Non-revertive Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Rerouting attributes 1-112 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-46 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3 Service Planning To meet the service requirement. .

select the desired NE. select Revertive. Click OK. enter the rerouting attributes of the trail. Step 7 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route. slot. In the dialog box displayed.) l Lockout: Unlocked l Priority: 1 l Trigger Condition: Reroute when one trail fails l CrankBack: 1 l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible l Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error: No l Rerouting Hold-off time: 0 Step 5 On the left-hand side of the window. set the attributes as follows: l Revertive: Non-Revertive. port. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. (For revertive ASON server trails. port. In the dialog box displayed. For example. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. Click OK. and the creation wizard is displayed. For scheduled revertive ASON server trails. select the desired NE. Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Attribute Lockout Priority Rerouting trigger condition CrankBack Rerouting policy Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error Rerouting Hold-off time NE1<->NE3 Unlocked 1 Reroute when one trail fails 1 Use existing trails whenever possible No 0 Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. enter the basic information of the ASON trail. or timeslot. 1-113 . click Browse beside Sink. For example. Step 6 On the left-hand side of the window. Step 3 In Basic information. select Scheduled revertive.. click Browse beside Source. slot. Ltd. or timeslot. set the attributes as follows: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0009 l Type: ASON Server Trail l Class: Diamond l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation Step 4 In the Routing Attributes field.

l To cancel the Explicit Node or Explicit Link. the system prompts that the operation was successful. Step 9 Optional: Set Excluded Node or Excluded Link. Step 8 Set Explicit Node or Explicit Link. l If you check the Duplicate after created check box. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box. Step 11 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Excluded Node or Cancel Excluded Link from the shortcut menu. choose Browse from the shortcut menu. For example. its submenu is displayed in a folded manner if there are more than ten available explicit links. the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. NOTE l If you check the Activate check box. l Select the Protection option button. Right-click NE2 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. NOTE If you need to cancel the Excluded Node or Excluded Link. Ltd. the source/sink. l After you select the Set Explicit Link shortcut menu item. after a trail is created. If the creation is successful.. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Explicit Node or Cancel Explicit Link. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . NOTE l If you want to specify the timeslot when setting the explicit link. Every change of the route constraints. you can do as follows: l Select the Working option button. you can create multiple trails that share the same source and sink by duplicating the created trail. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation. Right-click NE4 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. Click Apply. Step 10 Optional: Set the Activate or Duplicate after created check box. 1-114 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. a created trail is applied to the NE so that the trail is in the activated state.

. and between NE2 and NE3. The selected route constraint is deleted. Step 12 Click Close. check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. Step 13 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. you do not need to create an additional server trail between NE1 and NE3 to create a lower order services between NE1 and NE3. right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. ----End 1. you can configure the boards as shown in Figure 1-48. Service Requirement See Figure 1-47. which consists of two segments in this case. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. you can use the sectioned tunnel to ensure that multiple nodes share the tunnel bandwidth. There are ASON server trails available between NE1 and NE2. To improve the resource utilization. Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management NOTE 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks To change the route restriction.8. but directly create the service based on the two segments of existing server trails. is called a segmented server trail.8 Creating a Segmented ASON Server Trail In the case of a end-to-end tunnel that traverses multiple nodes. In this case. Ltd. This server trail between NE1 and NE3. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1-115 . If the system prompts that the route calculation fails. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. the intermediate nodes cannot add or drop lower order services through this UNI link. Figure 1-47 Segmented ASON server trail requirement NE4 NE1 NE3 lower order service from NE1 to NE3 Silver tunnel lower order service from NE1 to NE2 NE2 Silver tunnel Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The U2000 must have synchronized the links of the entire network and have sufficient link resources.

on NE2.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-48 Board configuration for NE1-NE3 Service Planning To meet the service requirement. you can refer to Table 1-28 to plan a segmented ASON server trail between NE1 and NE3. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . NE2 and NE3. Ltd. 1-116 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. on NE3. Table 1-28 Silver ASON server trail planning Attribute Source NE Sink NE Protection class Route constraint NE1<->NE2 NE1 NE2 Silver ASON server trail Routes are automatically calculated. the first VC4 of 11-N2SL64-1 is occupied. NE2<->NE3 NE2 NE3 NOTE The boards and timeslots occupied by an ASON server trail can be queried in the ASON Trail Management window after the server trail is created. the first VC4 of 8-N2SL64-1 is occupied.. The following description is based on the assumption that on NE1. Table 1-29 shows the VC12 service planning on NE1. the first VC4 of 11-N2SL64-1 and the first VC4 of 8-N2SL64-1 are occupied.

Click Apply. Click Close.PQ1 1 1 VC12 Bidirectional Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. 1-117 . Step 8 In the Create Trail window. set the server trail as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 Server Trail l Source: NE1 l Sink: NE2 Step 4 Check the SPC First check box. Step 3 Enter the information about the VC4 server trail. For example.PQ1 1 11-N2SL64-1 1 1 VC12 Bidirectional Cross-Connection on NE2 8-N2SL64-1 1 1 11-N2SL64-1 1 1 VC12 Bidirectional Cross-Connection on NE3 8-N2SL64-1 1 1 2. enter the information about the VC12 trail. Step 7 Repeat Steps 1 through 6 to create a VC4 server trail between NE2 and NE3. The system prompts that the operation was successful. For example. Step 2 Choose Create/Modify > Create Trail to create a VC4 server trail. Step 5 Set the protection type to Silver. the created trail is applied to the so that the trail is in the activated state. NE2 and NE Attribute Source board-port Source VC4 timeslot Source VC12 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Sink VC12 timeslot Service level Direction Cross-Connection on NE1 2. set the VC12 trail as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC12 l Source: NE1-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Table 1-29 VC12 service planning on NE1. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab. NOTE If you check the Activate the Trail check box. Step 6 Check the Activate the Trail check box..

View the information about the created ASON trail. the two ASON trails must be associated. Figure 1-49 Two associated ASON trails R1 E I F A C B H G R2 : ASON NE : User Equipment 1-118 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 10 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. ----End 1. Step 12 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. one ASON trail will not be rerouted to the other ASON trail. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .9 Creating Two Associated SDH ASON Trails The ASON trail association function associates two services so that the two services are not preempted by each other during the rerouting and optimization. After the two ASON trails are associated. The system prompts that the operation was successful. Click Apply. To ensure that the two trails do not pass through the same ASON node.8. Click Finish. Step 11 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. the 1+1 services need to be created between R1 and R2 and pass through the ASON network. Click Next repeatedly until the Finish button is displayed. Ltd.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Sink: NE3-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) Step 9 Check the Activate the Trail check box. Application Scenario As shown in Figure 1-49. Click Close.. View the details about the VC4 server trail and the VC12 trail that you create. Prerequisite l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

Ltd. The example is provided as follows: Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. between silver server trails. enter Basic Information and Route Restriction of trail 1 and trail 2. Step 3 In the SDH ASON Association Trail Creation window. and between silver and copper server trails. choose Create > Association Trail. between copper trails. between copper server trails. 1-119 .. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. association is supported between silver trails.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Background Information NOTE Currently. between silver and copper trails. Step 2 In the SDH ASON Trail Management window.

Step 4 Set the common attributes. Step 5 Select Automatic Pre-Calculation or click Pre-Calculate. l Only after you pre-calculated successfully the associated ASON trails that have different sources. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . NOTE l In the case of the SDH ASON NE of the GCP V100R007C02 version or a later version. Priority. right-click an NE and set route constraints such as explicit node and excluded node. l In the view on the right. Service association is applied to access services that have two access points. you can create the associated ASON trails that share the same source. and the OptiX OSN 9560 NE of the GSP V100R004 version or later version. Lockout. apply the configuration. and the OptiX OSN 9560 NE of the GSP V100R004 version or later version. the ASON NE adopts the 1+1 routing policy to try to avoid the associated ASON trail (or server trail). ----End 1. l In the case of the SDH ASON NE of the GCP V100R007C01 version or a later version. including the Revertive Mode. Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error and Rerouting Hold-off time. There must be at least two configured ASON NEs. and the OptiX OSN 9560 NE of the GSP V100R002 version or later version. Step 6 Click Apply. Policy. you could create them. Hence. Prerequisite l l 1-120 You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. you can pre-calculate the associated ASON trails that share the same source or that have different sources. l In the case of the SDH ASON NE of the GCP V100R007C02 version or a later version. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. After two trails are associated. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. WTR Time. Ltd. CrackBack. The associated trails are separated from each other during the service optimization and rerouting whenever possible. Step 7 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window.. The default protection type is silver.10 Setting ASON Trail Association ASON trail association means two ASON trails are associated.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks NOTE iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Only the association between routes in silver or copper protection is supported. set the protection type of trail 1 and trail 2 to silver or copper. close the operation result dialog box. After the operation is successful. you can create the associated ASON trails that share the same source or that have different sources. After confirmation.8. if one of the trails (or server trails) is rerouted or optimized. Trigger Condition for Rerouting Associated Route.

between silver and copper trails. The system supports automatically setting association only for SNCP ASON-SDH trails in a single domain. between copper server trails. select two ASON trails to be associated. Associating the two trails may clear their preset restoration trails. 1-121 . association is supported between silver trails. Click Close. telling that the operation succeeded. Step 7 A dialog box appears. Step 4 Click Close. Click Close. l l Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. right-click and choose Remove Association. right-click and choose Set Association from the shortcut menu.8. you need to manually set association. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. A dialog box is displayed indicating that this operation may decrease the service protection ability. click the Associated Route tab to view the information about the two associated trails. including trigger condition for rerouting associated route. between silver server trails. For SNCP ASON-SDH trails in multiple domains. NOTE To cancel the association relations. A dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation was successful. Right-click and choose Set Association Source from the shortcut menu. and between silver and copper server trails. Step 6 The dialog box is displayed. Step 2 In the SDH ASON Trail Management list. Step 3 In the confirm dialog box. between copper trails. The U2000 must have synchronized networkwide TE links and have sufficient TE link resources. Select another ASON trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Background Information l Currently. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 5 Optional: Select an ASON trail in the SDH ASON Trail Management list. telling that the trails are successfully associated.11 Creating ASON Services in Batches The batch creation function is always used if a large number of ASON services need to be created. click Yes. set the associated route attributes. click Yes. Step 8 Select a trail in the SDH ASON Trail Management list. click OK. Ltd. You can know whether the association is successful by viewing the value of Associated or Not. Right-click them and choose Set Association. A dialog box appears. Step 9 Optional: In the lower left area of the SDH ASON Trail Management window. ----End 1.. In the confirm dialog box.

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) GSCC GSCC AUX PIU PIU .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Service Requirement See Figure 1-50. you can configure the boards as shown in Figure 1-51. Three non-revertive silver services at the rate of 155 Mbit/s are required to be configured between NE1 and NE3. Figure 1-50 Batch silver service requirement NE1 NE2 NE4 NE3 :ASON NE : LSP Board Configuration To meet the previously mentioned service requirement. Figure 1-51 Board configuration for NE1 and NE3 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Service Planning To meet the service requirement.. 1-122 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The four NEs are all ASON NEs. you can refer to Table 1-30 to plan a silver service. Ltd.

Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Table 1-30 Silver service planning Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class Route constraint Rerouting attribute Reversion mode Lockout Priority CrankBack Policy Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error Rerouting Holdoff time NE1<->NE3 NE1 6-N1SL16-1 6 NE3 13-N1SL16-1 6 Silver The service route must pass NE2. set the attributes as follows: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0006 l Type: ASON Server l Class: Silver l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation l OVPN Customer: Share Resource Step 4 In the Routing Attributes field. Step 3 In Basic information.. enter the basic information of the ASON trail. For example. enter the rerouting attributes of the trail. 1-123 . For example. Non-revertive Unlocked 2 1 Use the existing trail whenever possible No 13-N1SL16-1 7 13-N1SL16-1 8 6-N1SL16-1 7 6-N1SL16-1 8 0 Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. and the creation wizard is displayed. Ltd. set the attributes as follows: Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

For example. Every change of the route constraints.) l Lockout: Unlocked l Priority: 2 l CrankBack: 1 l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible l Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error: No l Rerouting Hold-off time: 0 Step 5 Set the source NE. Step 8 Set Explicit Node or Explicit Link. the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. Ltd. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. In the right-hand topology. In the right-hand topology. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. the source/sink. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . For example. Step 9 Optional: Set Excluded Node or Excluded Link. NOTE If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box. choose Browse from the shortcut menu. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Click OK. 1-124 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. l To cancel the Explicit Node or Explicit Link. Step 7 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route. NOTE l If you want to specify the timeslot when setting the explicit link. select port 1 and timeslot 6 of the N1SL16. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Explicit Node or Cancel Explicit Link. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed.. its submenu is displayed in a folded manner if there are more than ten available explicit links.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Revetrive Mode: Non-Revetrive (Select Automatically Revertive or Scheduled Revertive if the silver service is revertive. Click OK. l After you select the Set Explicit Link shortcut menu item. select the Working option button. Right-click an NE in the right-hand topology and select an option from the shortcut menu as needed. Step 6 Set the sink NE. Right-click NE2 in the right-hand topology and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu.

If the creation is successful. Step 11 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. Click Close. 1-125 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.8. During the SDH ASON trail management. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. a dialog box appears.. Click OK. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 10 Set the Activate or Duplicate after created check box. right-click an NE and choose Cancel Excluded Node or Cancel Excluded Link from the shortcut menu. Click Add. NOTE l If you check the Activate check box. In the Copy dialog box displayed. Step 13 Check the Activate after Duplicate and Duplicate Route Constraint check boxes. Step 16 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. you can create multiple trails that share the same source and sink by duplicating the created trail. l If you check the Duplicate after created check box. because the system automatically cancels the association during the deactivation operation. the system prompts that the operation was successful. For example. Step 15 After the creation is complete. select the timeslots 7-8 of the source NE (NE1-6-N1SL16-1(SDH-1)-VC4-7-8) and the timeslots 7-8 of the sink NE (NE3-13-N1SL16-1(SDH-1)-VC4-7-8). select the source and sink timeslots. Step 14 Confirm that the trail and route information is correctly entered. ----End 1. right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. Step 12 Click Close. The selected route constraint is deleted. after a trail is created. Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. Click Apply. a created trail is applied to the NE so that the trail is in the activated state. Ltd.12 Deactivating the SDH ASON Trail Deactivating an SDH ASON trail can release the resources that the trail occupies. NOTE To change the route restriction. if an active client trail exists. Background Information NOTE You do not need to cancel the association configured before deactivating the associated ASON trail. the corresponding ASON server trail cannot be deactivated. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. telling that the operation was successful.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management NOTE 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks If you need to cancel the Excluded Node or Excluded Link.

Step 2 Select a deactivated ASON trail from the list.13 Deleting an ASON Trail The operation of deleting ASON trails removes the trail data from the U2000 and the NE. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . NOTE If the selected trails contain the trails that are managed by SDH trails. NOTE After you deactivate trails in batches. If the trails to be deactivated contain associated trails. You can click Detail to view failure causes. l If the trail association is canceled and the trails are deactivated successfully.. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Step 4 After the operation is complete. l If a trail is deactivated successfully but the associated trail fails to be deactivated. the NMS cancels the trail association before deactivating them. Exercise caution when you perform this operation. 1-126 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ----End 1.8. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The list shows that the ASON trail is in the Inactive state. the NMS stops the deactivation and reports the failure of canceling the association. the NMS reports that the deactivation is successful. Right-click and choose Deactivate. l If the trail association is canceled successfully but the deactivation fails. wait for several minutes (not less than five minutes) before you perform other operations. Ltd. Step 3 Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box displayed twice. Step 3 Click OK in the confirmation dialog box. Background Information NOTE l Deleting an ASON trail removes the trail data from the U2000 and the NE. right-click. do not delete the association first. the system prompts that the operation was successful. l In the SDH ASON Trail Management. the corresponding ASON server trail cannot be deactivated. l When deactivating associated ASON services. The ASON service must be inactive. select the ASON trail to be deactivated. Detailed situations are as follows: l If the trail association fails to be canceled. and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation fails. if an active client trail exists.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 2 In the list. It is recommended not to deactivate trails in batches. Click Yes. Click Close. the NMS reports the deactivation failure and the successful association cancelation. the NMS reports that the operation is partially successful and the association is canceled for the trail failing to be deactivated. the confirmation dialog box is displayed for the third time. The system automatically deletes the association during deactivation.

2 Setting the Routing Attributes You can set the routing attributes for an ASON service. Before the scheduled reversion time expires. When an ASON service is rerouted. the timeslot cannot be used by other services during the service creation or rerouting.3 Setting the Scheduled Reversion Time If the ASON service is rerouted successfully. 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 4 After the deletion is complete.6 Setting Shared MESH Restoration Trail You can preset a shared MESH restoration trail for an ASON trail. constraint routes. the service is automatically returned to the original trail. and SLA-compliant. including the basic attributes. 1.9. If you set the scheduled reversion time when the fault in the original path is not rectified. 1. you need to modify the attributes of ASON services in the network according to different ASON features. revertive lockout. shared MESH restoration trail status information. The control plane reserves the timeslot used by the shared MESH restoration trail. shared MESH restoration trail status information. 1.9. you can set the B3 alarm as a condition for triggering rerouting.1 Viewing ASON Service Attributes You can view the detailed information of an ASON trail. the service may be interrupted.9.. 1.9. and SLA-compliant. associated ASON trail attributes. That is. 1-127 . trigger condition.9. rerouting lockout status.1 Viewing ASON Service Attributes You can view the detailed information of an ASON trail. Ltd. 1. Click Close. including rerouting revertive mode. associated ASON trail attributes. If the preset restoration trail is occupied. you can set the scheduled reversion time after the original trail is restored.4 Setting the B3 Alarm to Trigger Rerouting After the diamond service. rerouting priority. 1. management and maintenance of the ASON network.9 Modifying the Attributes of ASON Services As an ASON network is changing.9. WTR time. including the basic attributes.5 Setting Preset Restoration Trail You can set priorities for rerouting ASON trails. ----End 1. or silver service is created. 1. times of crankbacks and route selection policy. the service has the priority to be restored to the preset trail. you can restore the service to the preset trail with priority. scheduled revertive time. constraint routes. you can also set the route after change to the original route.9. a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation was successful. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. When an ASON service is being rerouted. rerouting triggered by B3 bit error. If the route of an ASON service changes.7 Setting the Original Route The route of an ASON service is usually the original route when the service is created. gold service.9. the system computes the route again. This facilitates the configuration.

Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Ltd. right-click the ASON trail that you want to view and choose Details from the shortcut menu. click the Shared MESH Restoration Trail Status Details tab to view the details of the shared MESH restoration trail status.. Step 3 In the dialog box displayed. Step 7 Optional: If a shared MESH restoration trail is set. An ASON trail must be created. click the Associated ASON Trail Attribute tab to view the attributes of the associated trail. Step 4 Click the Restrictive Route tab. Step 6 Click the SLA-Compliant Details tab to view the details of the SLA-compliant of the ASON trail. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. View the route constraint information of the ASON trail. view the basic attributes of the ASON trail. ----End 1-128 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 5 Optional: If an associated trail is set for the ASON trail. Step 2 In the trail list.

9. A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation was successful.. Step 2 In the list displayed. set attributes of routing and click OK. the service is automatically returned to the original trail.3 Setting the Scheduled Reversion Time If the ASON service is rerouted successfully. The Set Routing Attributes dialog box is displayed. ----End 1. you can set the rerouting attributes. In the ASON Trail Management user interface. rerouting priority. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Scheduled Revertive. Step 4 In the confirmation dialog box displayed. select one or more ASON trails. NOTE l Currently. Click Create > ASON Trail. Click Close. If you set the scheduled reversion time when the fault in the original path is not rectified. times of crankbacks and route selection policy. 1-129 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. Ltd. you can set the scheduled reversion time after the original trail is restored. WTR time. rerouting lockout status. including rerouting revertive mode. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 3 In the Set Routing Attributes user interface.2 Setting the Routing Attributes You can set the routing attributes for an ASON service. trigger condition. click Yes. click Routing Attributes tab to set the rerouting attributes. An ASON NE must be configured and the NE data must be uploaded. NOTE When you create an ASON trail. revertive lockout. you can set trigger conditions of routing for diamond services only.9. and Scheduled Revertive. l Revertive Mode includes Non-Revertive. the service may be interrupted. you need to set Scheduled revertive time. If the Revertive Mode is set as Scheduled Revertive. scheduled revertive time. rerouting triggered by B3 bit error. right-click and choose Set Routing Attributes from the shortcut menu. Before the scheduled reversion time expires.

right-click and choose Set Routing Attributes from the shortcut menu. The ASON service must be rerouted successfully.4 Setting the B3 Alarm to Trigger Rerouting After the diamond service. The data of the ASON NEs must be configured and uploaded. Then. another dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Step 3 Click Revertive Mode and choose Scheduled Revertive from the drop-down list. Step 5 Set the other items according to the actual planning information. ----End 1.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Prerequisite l l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. click OK. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. select the Scheduled revertive time check box and set the time limit within which the service must be returned to the original trail after the original trail is restored. Step 4 In Set Routing Attributes. In the ASON Trail Management user interface. you can set the rerouting attributes. or silver service is created. click Routing Attributes tab to set the rerouting attributes. Ltd. Step 2 In the list displayed. Revertive Mode of the ASON service must be set to Scheduled revertive. The NE time must be synchronous with the NM time. NOTE When you create an ASON trail. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. you can set the B3 alarm as a condition for triggering rerouting. The Set Routing Attributes dialog box is displayed. Step 6 Then. Click Close. Prerequisite l l 1-130 You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . select one or more ASON trails.9.. Click Create > ASON Trail. gold service.

select one or more ASON trails. Step 3 In Set Routing Attributes. gold. In the ASON Trail Management user interface. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. you can set the rerouting attributes.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks l The NE time must be synchronous with the NM time. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 4 Set the other items according to the actual planning information. Background Information Currently. the service has the priority to be restored to the preset trail. Then. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. ----End 1. Click Close. set Rerouting Triggered by B3 Bit Error to Yes. Ltd. the system computes the route again. 1-131 .. the diamond. NOTE The B3_EXC and B3_SD alarms can trigger the rerouting. another dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. When an ASON service is being rerouted. click Routing Attributes tab to set the rerouting attributes. The Set Routing Attributes dialog box is displayed. The rerouting ASON trail must be created. right-click and choose Set Routing Attributes from the shortcut menu. NOTE When you create an ASON trail. The U2000 must have synchronized networkwide TE links and have sufficient TE link resources. Step 2 In the list displayed.5 Setting Preset Restoration Trail You can set priorities for rerouting ASON trails. Step 5 Then.9. click OK. and silver ASON trails and the silver ASON server trails support setting the restoration reverting trail. If the preset restoration trail is occupied. Click Create > ASON Trail.

Background Information l l l Currently. The control plane reserves the timeslot used by the shared MESH restoration trail. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Click Apply to complete the settings of the shared MESH restoration trail. 1-132 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 4 Optional: On the topology.6 Setting Shared MESH Restoration Trail You can preset a shared MESH restoration trail for an ASON trail. Step 2 Select an ASON service and click Maintenance. Click Apply to complete the settings of the preset restoration trail. Choose Set Preset Restoration Trail from the drop-down menu. That is. There must be at least two configured ASON NEs. right-click an NE and set the route constraints.9.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management In the case of the ASON NEs of the GCP V100R007C02 version or a later version. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Explicit Link and Excluded Link. only the revertive silver ASON trails and the silver ASON server trails support setting the shared MESH restoration trail. Any change to the route constraints triggers the automatic precalculation. the timeslot is grayed out and cannot be selected. ----End 1. If a timeslot is configured with a multiplex section. NOTE If the Automatic Pre-Calculation check box is checked. Click the Route Restriction to view or set the information of Explicit Node. the U2000 sends a command to ask the NE to automatically precalculate the route. Step 2 Select one revertive silver ASON service and click Maintenance. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Step 3 Click Pre-Calculation Route to view the related information. Ltd. the timeslot cannot be used by other services during the service creation or rerouting. Step 3 Click Pre-Calculation Route to view the related information. Click Apply to complete the settings of the preset reverting trail. Multiple revertive silver services can share the same shared MESH restoration trail. you can restore the service to the preset trail with priority.. When an ASON service is rerouted. Select Set Shared MESH Restoration Trail from the drop-down list. Excluded Node. a preset restoration trail is rerouted when if a link of the preset restoration trail is interrupted.

if the failure is cleared after rerouting. Click Apply to complete the settings of the shared MESH restoration trail. Any change to the route constraints triggers the automatic precalculation.10 Modifying the Route of an ASON Service As an ASON network is changing. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu.7 Setting the Original Route The route of an ASON service is usually the original route when the service is created. Ltd. the U2000 sends a command to ask the NE to automatically precalculate the route. the trail cannot automatically revert to the original route. If the route of an ASON service changes. management and maintenance of the ASON network. 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management NOTE 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks If the Automatic Pre-Calculation check box is checked.10. if the original route is normally restored after trail rerouting. ----End 1.. based on the reverting function supported by the ASON. For a revertive ASON service. Step 3 In the confirmation dialog box displayed.9. Click the Route Restriction to view the information of Explicit Node and Excluded Node.1 Reverting ASON Trails After rerouting. you need to modify the route of an ASON service in the network according to different situations. Step 4 A dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation was successful. Step 2 Set a trail that you want to set and click Maintenance. Choose Save As Original Route from the drop-down menu. Step 5 Optional: Set a trail for which the original route is already set and click Maintenance. There must be at least two configured ASON NEs. This facilitates the configuration. Background Information For a non-revertive trail.10. Choose Refresh Original Route from the drop-down menu. the service automatically reverts. 1. you can revert an ASON trail to the original route or the route before rerouting. right-click an NE and set the route constraints.2 Optimizing an ASON Service Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. click Yes. 1-133 . Click Close to complete the setting of the original route. ----End 1. Step 4 Optional: On the topology. you can also set the route after change to the original route.

The ASON trail must be created.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management To manually adjust one or more service trails.1 Reverting ASON Trails After rerouting. 1. Click Yes. automatically revertive ASON trails and scheduled revertive ASON trails. NOTE 6. For scheduled revertive ASON trails. 2. Click the Original Route tab to view the original routes of the ASON trails. 3. click Maintenance and select Revert To Original Route > Revert to Port or Revert To Original > Revert to Timeslot. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Check whether idle resources exist on the TE link of the original route. You can click Retry to perform the restoration again. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.10. based on the reverting function supported by the ASON. you can manually revert them to the routes before rerouting.. The Restore to Port or Restore to Timeslot dialog box is displayed indicating the operation result. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) 1-134 . Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. 4. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. l For automatically revertive ASON trails and scheduled revertive ASON trail 1. For non-revertive ASON trails. you can use the optimization function to transfer the ASON service to the expected trails. A dialog box is displayed. select one or more ASON trails to be reverted. The ASON trails then revert to the routes before rerouting. For automatically revertive ASON trails. you can specify whether they are restored to timeslots or ports. 5. Click Yes. In the list displayed. In the SDH ASON Trail Management window. Optional: Click Filter to set the filter criteria and set Whether Original Route Is Active to No. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. you can set scheduled revertive time to enable the service to revert at a specified time. 7. Click Filter All. Procedure l For non-revertive ASON trails 1. Click Close. you can revert an ASON trail to the original route or the route before rerouting. Background Information l l l l ASON trails are classified into non-revertive ASON trails. A dialog box is displayed. Ltd. a fault of the original route is cleared after the rerouting of a service in the scheduled reversion mode.

the service is automatically returned to the original trail.2 Optimizing an ASON Service To manually adjust one or more service trails. Click Maintenance and choose Optimize Route from the drop-down menu. A dialog box is displayed. In the list displayed. Click Close. Diamond and non-diamond service cannot be optimized in batches at the same time. Background Information l l l For a revertive silver service. Step 4 Optional: To save the optimization settings. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed. explicit links. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Click Yes. select one or more ASON trails to be reverted. Click Filter All.. NOTE If you do not check the Set As Original Route Concurrently check box before clicking Apply. excluded nodes. 1-135 . Step 2 In the list displayed. When the original trail is restored. the service is automatically returned to the original trail after a period of time. The ASON trails then revert to the routes before rerouting. this dialog box is not displayed. ASON service in different domains do not support optimization in batches. The wizard is displayed. Step 6 Click Close. A dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation saves the current route as the original route. Step 3 Specify the explicit nodes.10. ----End 1. you can set WTR time. Optional: Click Filter to set the filter criteria and set Whether Original Route Is Active to No. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Step 7 Click Yes. you can use the optimization function to transfer the ASON service to the expected trails.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 2. An ASON trail must be created. you cannot perform the optimization operation when the service is being reverted upon rerouting. Ltd. Step 5 Check whether the route adjustment is correctly set and click Apply. check the Save Optimization Settings check box. or excluded links to set the trail after optimization. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed. you can set the scheduled revertive time after the original trail is restored. Before the scheduled reversion time expires. select one or more ASON trails that you want to adjust. NOTE If the revertive mode is automatically revertive. Click Maintenance and select Manual Revert from the drop-down menu. If the revertive mode is scheduled revertive. 3.

4 Downgrading an ASON Server Trail to a Traditional Server Trail You can perform migration between an ASON server trail and a traditional server trail. 1. 1. perform the following operations: l l l 1-136 Navigate to the SDH Trail Management window. gold tunnel. Navigate to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. Background Information To convert the ASON route segment of an end-to-end trail that passes through an ASON network.3 Migration Between ASON Services The diamond service. gold service. Convert the ASON trail segment of the trail to an SDH service. 1.11. you can use the trail search function to manage the service in the SDH trail management. ----End 1.11.2 Upgrading a Traditional Service to an ASON Service You can convert a traditional service to an ASON service. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. This section describes how to upgrade a traditional service to a non-revertive silver service. Use the SDH trail search function to search again and manage the trail. Delete the ASON trail segment of the trail from the network layer. and copper service can be migrated to each other.5 Upgrading a Traditional Server Trail to an ASON Server Trail You can upgrade a traditional server trail to an ASON server trail.11.11. 1. you can use the trail search function to manage the service in the SDH trail management. The ASON trail must be created. 1.11.. Ltd.1 Downgrading an ASON Service to a Traditional Service After an ASON service is converted to a traditional service. silver tunnel. and copper tunnel is supported.11.1 Downgrading an ASON Service to a Traditional Service After an ASON service is converted to a traditional service. silver service.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 8 In the trail list. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . and supports the in-service migration between ASON services at different levels. You can view the route information of the trail after optimization in the Actual Route. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. select the trail after optimization.6 Migration Between ASON Server Trails The migration between the diamond tunnel.11.11 Migrating ASON Services An ASON network supports the migration between traditional services and ASON services. 1. 1.

right-click the ASON trail that you want to convert and choose Downgrade to Traditional Service from the shortcut menu. you can upgrade the trail to an ASON trail. If only part of the trail exists on the ASON NE. You can search the service that is just converted.. Some part of the trail is not in the ASON domain. you can upgrade only the trail segment that passes the ASON NE to an ASON trail.2 Upgrading a Traditional Service to an ASON Service You can convert a traditional service to an ASON service. If an error message is displayed indicating that the ASON trail cannot be downgraded because it is managed by an SDH trail. Inadaptable services such as broadcasting and unidirectional services cannot be upgraded to ASON services. Full upgrade is available for a trail that is within an ASON domain. Ltd. If the trail passes an AOSN domain. Partial upgrade means to upgrade part of the trail to an ASON service. A trail that is not within the ASON domain cannot be fully upgraded to an ASON service. l l Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. non-protection services are converted to silver services. ----End 1. Then. Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. You need to right-click the service in the SDH Trail Management and choose Delete from Network Layer from the shortcut menu to downgrade it. This section describes how to upgrade a traditional service to a non-revertive silver service. NOTE If you cannot search out this trail. Step 3 After the conversion. In the confirmation dialog box displayed.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. so you cannot upgrade the entire trail to an ASON service.11. and protection timeslot services are converted to iron services. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. click Yes. you can navigate to the SDH Trail Management window and view the ASON-SDH Trail field in the list to check if the trail passes an ASON domain. repeat Step 2. SNCP services are converted to diamond services. A traditional service must be configured on an ASON NE. 1-137 . Background Information l By default. MSP services are converted to gold services or downgraded gold services. wait for several minutes and search again. delete the service from the network layer and then downgrade it in the ASON Trail Management window. Step 2 In the list displayed. You can also synchronize the NE cross-connections on the SDH ASON topology. If the entire trail exists on the ASON NE. this ASON service exists in the SDH Trail Management window. NOTE In this step.

Step 6 A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. you need to create the MSP.. copper service. enter the parameters of the ASON service. and copper service can be migrated to each other. Step 3 In the dialog box displayed. Right-click and choose Upgrade to ASON Trail from the shortcut menu. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Background Information l l l l Silver services configured with the shared MESH restoration trail cannot be migrated. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Ltd. Click OK. Associated services cannot be migrated to diamond services.3 Migration Between ASON Services The diamond service. Before you migrate an ASON service to a gold service. silver. For example. Step 2 In the list displayed. l Class: Sliver. l Revertive Mode: Non-Revertive. The procedure is similar to the migration between a diamond service and a gold. ----End 1. Step 5 Click OK in the confirmation dialog box. right-click the diamond service that you want to convert and choose InService Migration > Silver from the shortcut menu. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . silver service.11.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 2 In the list displayed. The diamond service and gold service cannot be migrated to each other. l Rerouting Lockout: Unlocked. This topic describes how to migrate a diamond service to a silver service. Step 4 Select the trail that you want to upgrade and click OK. gold service. l Rerouting Priority: 2. select one or more SDH trails that you want to upgrade. l Rerouting Policy: Use existing trails whenever possible. 1-138 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Step 4 The Confirm the route that you want to reserve dialog box is displayed. and correspondingly select Working Route or Protection Route. you can query the rerouting attributes of the ASON service as indicated.11. Then. NOTE The route that you want to reserve can be selected only when a diamond service is migrated to a silver or copper service. The ASON server trail must be created. Prerequisite l l Issue 02 (2010-09-24) You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Confirm whether to reserve the working route or the protection route for the desired diamond ASON service. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.4 Downgrading an ASON Server Trail to a Traditional Server Trail You can perform migration between an ASON server trail and a traditional server trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 3 Click Yes in the Prompt dialog box. ----End 1. Step 5 Click Yes in the Prompt dialog box.. 1-139 .

1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Background Information The two ways of migrating an ASON server trail are as follows: l l In the SDH Trail Management window. Step 2 Right-click the ASON server trail that needs to be downgraded and choose Downgrade to Traditional Service from the shortcut menu. Step 7 Optional: Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. You need to navigate to the SDH Trail Management window. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. it indicates that the ASON service exists in the SDH Trail Management window. Step 5 Optional: Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu.5 Upgrading a Traditional Server Trail to an ASON Server Trail You can upgrade a traditional server trail to an ASON server trail. You cannot query the trail. Click Next until the operation is complete. Select all ASON NEs and click Synchronize Cross-Connection. Step 6 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box. There must be at least two configured ASON NEs.11. Step 3 A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close. delete the service from the network layer and then downgrade the service in the ASON Trail Management window.. Prerequisite l l 1-140 You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. use the Downgrade to Traditional Service method to downgrade an ASON server trail. NOTE In this step. use the Downgrade to Traditional Service method to downgrade an ASON server trail. Click Close. you can view the value of ASON-SDH Trail in the SDH Trail Management window to determine whether the trail contains an ASON domain. The following procedure describes how to migrate an ASON server trail to a traditional server trail in the second way. A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. In the SDH ASON Trail Management window. ----End 1. Step 4 Optional: Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Repeat Step 2 to perform the downgrade operation again. Ltd. View the traditional server trail that is successfully migrated. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . If a message is displayed indicating that The ASON trail that an SDH trail manages cannot be downgraded. If the trail contains an ASON domain. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. right-click the ASON service and choose Delete from Network Layer from the shortcut menu.

select the traditional server trail that you want to migrate. Select Working Route if you determine to reserve the working route of the diamond server trail that needs to be migrated. Click OK. The Upgrade to ASON Trail dialog box is displayed. NOTE You need to select the route to be reserved only when you migrate the diamond server trail to the silver or copper server trail. The server trail that is associated with another trail cannot be migrated to diamond server trails. Step 4 Click OK in the confirmation dialog box. Then. silver tunnel.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Background Information l l l The silver server trail that is configured with the shared mesh restoration trail cannot be migrated.11. click OK. you need to create the multiplex section. Step 4 The Confirm the route that you want to reserve dialog box is displayed. Step 5 A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. and copper tunnel is supported. gold tunnel. Step 3 Click Yes in the Prompt dialog box. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Before you migrate a server trail into a gold server trail. Ltd. Step 2 In the list. The operations for the migration between the diamond server trail. and copper server trail are similar.. you can check the rerouting attributes of the ASON trails. right-click and choose Upgrade to ASON Trail from the shortcut menu. gold server trail. Step 5 Click Yes in the Prompt dialog box. Step 2 Select the diamond server trail to be migrated from the list. This topic considers the migration from the diamond server trail to the silver server trail as an example. ----End 1. 1-141 . Right-click and choose In-Service Migration > Silver from the shortcut menu. silver server trail. ----End Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Select the trail that you want to upgrade and click OK. however. Select Protection Route if you need to reserve the protection route of the diamond server trail that needs to be migrated.6 Migration Between ASON Server Trails The migration between the diamond tunnel. Then.

Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. You can create an ASON trail group at the initial node only. To enable virtual concatenation services to have an enhanced fault tolerance capability. which is the unique ID assigned by an ASON NE. delete and modify these member trails in the ASON network. refer to Figure 1-53. bind four VC4s to the service. The member trails in the ASON trail group have the same source and sink. Figure 1-52 ASON trail group service requirement ASON trail group(4×LSP) NE4 NE1 NE3 NE2 : ASON NE : LSP Board Configuration For the board configuration of NE1 and NE3.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1. The ASON trail must be created. 1-142 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.12 Creating ASON Trail Groups An ASON trail group is often used with LCAS. but the trails are separated whenever possible. Background Information An ASON trail group associates the member trails that belong to the same LCAS service to an LSP group. Configure an EGT2 board each slot 4 of NE1 and NE3. and add. separate the member trails whenever possible. Ltd. Service Requirement See Figure 1-52.. Create a GE service between NE1 and NE3. Each ASON trail group has an ID. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .

. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU 1-143 . refer to Figure 1-54. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 1-54 Board configuration of NE2 and NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Service Planning Refer to Table 1-31 for GE service planning. Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-53 Board configuration of NE1 and NE3 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA EGT2 For the board configuration of NE2 and NE4.

Click Apply. Step 7 Click Create. Step 5 Select four silver services from NE1-4-EGT2 to NE3-4-EGT2. right-click NE3 and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu. Step 6 In the NE Explorer. Step 9 Select the four created silver services and click OK. select NE1 and choose ASON > ASON Trail Group from the Function Tree. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 4 Select 4-EGT2 and set the interface parameters according to Table 1-31. and enter the ID. Step 2 Select 4-EGT2 and set the interface parameters according to Table 1-31. Ltd. name and distance difference of the ASON trail group.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Table 1-31 GE service planning Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Source VCTRUNK Bound bandwidth LCAS Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Sink VCTRUNK ASON trail group Member trail NE1<->NE3 NE1 4-EGT2-1 VC4-1 to VC4-4 VCTRUNK1 4 x VC4 Start NE3 4-EGT2-1 VC4-1 to VC4-4 VCTRUNK1 The group ID is 1 Four silver services from NE1-EGT2 to NE3-EGT2 Procedure Step 1 In the Main Topology. Step 3 In the Main Topology. ----End 1-144 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 8 Select the created ASON trail group and click Add.. right-click NE1 and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

13.3 Creating a VC4 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE You can create end-to-end VC4 services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs.2 Creating a VC12 Service Between Traditional NEs that Cross an ASON Domain You can create end-to-end VC12 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain. Ltd.1 Creating a VC4 Service Between Traditional NEs that Cross an ASON Domain You can create end-to-end VC4 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain. but a silver service in the ASON network. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. This realizes end-to-end service configuration and management.13.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1.8 Creating a 1+1 VC4 Service Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain You can create 1+1 VC4 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain.4 Creating a VC12 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE You can create end-to-end VC12 services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs. A VC4 service needs to be configured between NE5 and NE6. 1-145 .13 Creating Services Between an ASON NE and a Traditional NE A network can consist of ASON NEs and traditional NEs.13. 1. NE2. 1.1 Creating a VC4 Service Between Traditional NEs that Cross an ASON Domain You can create end-to-end VC4 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain. 1.. 1.6 Creating a 1+1 VC4 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE The 1+1 VC4 service can be configured between a traditional NE and an ASON NE. ASON NEs must be configured. 1. NE1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.7 Creating a 1+1 VC12 Service Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain You can create 1+1 VC12 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain.13. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs.13.13. 1.5 Creating a 1+1 VC12 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE You can create end-to-end 1+1 VC12 services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs. NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. Service Requirement See Figure 1-55.13. This service is required to be an unprotected service in the traditional network.13. 1.13. 1. 1.

1-146 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. Ltd. NE2. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-55 VC4 service requirement between traditional NEs NE1 NE4 NE6 NE5 VC4 NE2 NE3 VC4 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration Figure 1-56 shows how the boards are configured on NE1. Figure 1-56 Board configuration for NE1-NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Figure 1-57 shows how the boards are configured on NE5 and NE6. NE3 and NE4.

l Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Use the trail feature of the U2000 to directly create a VC4 service. Table 1-32 VC4 service planning between traditional NEs Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source VC4 Sink NE Sink board-port Sink VC4 Service route ASON service type Traditional service type NE6<->NE5 NE6 4-N1SL1-1 1 NE5 4-N1SL1-1 1 Automatically calculated by the system Silver Unprotected You can use the following two ways to create a VC4 service between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-57 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SL16 EXCSA N1SL1 Service Planning You can refer to Table 1-32 to plan a service. Ltd. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1-147 GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU .

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and choose the Silver protection type.. Ltd. Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Create a silver service within the ASON domain. The following illustrates how to create such a VC4 trail in the first way. Step 3 Enter the service information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source: NE6-4-N1SL1-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 l Sink: NE5-4-N1SL1-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 Step 4 Check the SPC First check box. Then create VC4 cross-connections on NE5 and NE6. 1-148 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 2 Choose Create/Modify > Create Trail.

Figure 1-58 VC12 service requirement between traditional NEs NE1 NE4 NE6 NE5 VC12 NE2 NE3 VC12 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration Figure 1-59 shows how the boards are configured on NE1. NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. but a silver service in the ASON network. Ltd. Step 6 In the SDH Trail Management window. Step 8 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. View the detailed route information of the VC4 trail that is created. 1-149 .. NE2. You can view the ASON trail information.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 5 Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. ASON NEs must be configured. This service is required to be an unprotected service in the traditional network. NE1.2 Creating a VC12 Service Between Traditional NEs that Cross an ASON Domain You can create end-to-end VC12 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain. ----End 1. Click Close. click Filter and selectFilter All. The system prompts that the operation was successful. Service Requirement See Figure 1-58. NE2. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs. NE3 and NE4. Step 7 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu.13. A VC12 service needs to be configured between NE5 and NE6. You can also view the value of ASON-SDH Trail to check whether the ASON section of the ASON-SDH trail is successfully created.

1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-59 Board configuration for NE1-NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Figure 1-60 shows how the boards are configured on NE5 and NE6. Figure 1-60 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SL16 EXCSA N1SL1 Service Planning You can refer to Table 1-33 to plan a service. 1-150 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .. Ltd.

Step 3 Enter the VC4 server trail information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 Server Trail l Source: NE6 l Sink: NE5 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Table 1-33 VC12 service planning between traditional NEs Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source VC4 Source VC12 Sink NE Sink board-port Source VC4 Sink VC12 Service route ASON service type Traditional service type NE6<->NE5 (VC12) NE6 2-N1PQ1 1 NE5 2-N1PQ1 1 NE6<->NE5 (VC4 server trail) NE6 6-N1SL16-1 1 NE5 6-N1SL16-1 1 - Automatically calculated by the system Silver Unprotected You can use the following three ways to create a VC12 service between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain. Ltd. 1-151 . Create a silver server trail within the ASON domain. Then create VC12 cross-connections on NE5 and NE6.. l l l Use the trail feature of the U2000 to create a VC4 server trail first. The following illustrates how to create such a VC12 trail in the first way. Then create a VC12 trail. and create VC12 cross-connections for both ends of the ASON server trail. Then create VC12 cross-connections on NE5 and NE6. Create a silver trail within the ASON domain. Step 2 Choose Create/Modify > Create Trail to create a VC4 server trail.

enter the VC12 trail information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC12 l Source: NE6-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) l Sink: NE5-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) Step 7 Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. You can also view the value of ASONSDH Trail to check whether the ASON section of the ASON-SDH trail is successfully created. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. but a silver service in the ASON network. Click Close. ASON NEs must be configured. View the details of the VC4 server trail and the VC12 trail that are created.13. NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. Ltd. ----End 1. Step 8 In the SDH Trail Management window. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 4 Check the SPC First check box. Step 9 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu.3 Creating a VC4 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE You can create end-to-end VC4 services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs. This service is required to be an unprotected service in the traditional network. Step 5 Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. NE1. NE2. Step 6 In the SDH Trail Creation view. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and choose the Silver protection type. Service Requirement See Figure 1-61. You can view the ASON trail information.. Click Close. click Filter and select Filter All. Step 10 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. The system prompts that the operation was successful. Figure 1-61 VC4 service requirement between traditional and ASON NEs NE1 VC4 NE6 NE5 NE4 VC4 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE 1-152 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. A VC4 service needs to be configured between NE1 and NE5. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs. The system prompts that the operation was successful.

Figure 1-62 Board configuration for NE1 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N1SL1 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Figure 1-63 shows how the boards are configured on NE2..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Board Configuration Figure 1-62 shows how the boards are configured on NE1. Ltd. Figure 1-63 Board configuration for NE2-NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NE3 and NE4. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU 1-153 .

Figure 1-64 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SL16 EXCSA N1SL1 Service Planning You can refer to Table 1-34 to plan a service. 1-154 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU . Table 1-34 VC4 service planning between traditional NE and ASON NE Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source VC4 Sink NE Sink board-port Sink VC4 Service route ASON service type Traditional service type NE1<->NE5 NE1 4-N1SL1-1 1 NE5 4-N1SL1-1 1 Automatically calculated by the system Silver Unprotected You can use the following two ways to create a VC4 service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE..1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-64 shows how the boards are configured on NE5 and NE6.

Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks l l Use the trail feature of the U2000 to directly create a VC4 service. 1-155 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. The following illustrates how to create such a VC4 trail in the first way. Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Then create VC4 cross-connections on NE5. Step 3 Enter the service information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source: NE1-4-N1SL1-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 l Sink: NE5-4-N1SL1-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 Step 4 Check the SPC First check box. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and choose the Silver protection type. Step 2 Choose Create/Modify > Create Trail. Create a silver service within the ASON domain.

1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 5 Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. You can also view the value of ASON-SDH Trail to check whether the ASON section of the ASON-SDH trail is successfully created.4 Creating a VC12 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE You can create end-to-end VC12 services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs. Ltd. View the detailed route information of the VC4 trail that is created. click Filter and selectFilter All. Figure 1-65 VC12 service requirement between traditional and ASON NEs NE1 VC12 NE6 NE5 NE4 VC12 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration Figure 1-66 shows how the boards are configured on NE1. Click Close. ----End 1. NE2. The system prompts that the operation was successful. NE2. ASON NEs must be configured. Step 6 In the SDH Trail Management window. You can view the ASON trail information. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs. A VC12 service needs to be configured between NE1 and NE5. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . NE3 and NE4. Step 7 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. Step 8 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. NE1. 1-156 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. but a silver service in the ASON network. This service is required to be an unprotected service in the traditional network..13. Service Requirement See Figure 1-65.

Figure 1-67 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SL16 EXCSA N1SL1 Service Planning You can refer to Table 1-35 and Table 1-36 to plan a service. Ltd. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-66 Board configuration for NE1-NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Figure 1-67 shows how the boards are configured on NE5 and NE6. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU 1-157 ..

1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Table 1-35 Silver ASON server trail planning Attribute Source NE Sink NE Protection type Service Route NE1<->NE4 NE1 NE4 Silver ASON server trail Automatically calculated by the system NOTE You can query the board and timeslots occupied by the ASON server trail in the SDH ASON Trail Management window after the server trail is created. Then create a VC12 trail. Table 1-36 VC12 service planning for NE1. NE4 and NE5 Attribute Source board-port Source VC4 timeslot Source VC12 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Sink VC12 timeslot Service level Direction NE5 CrossConnection 2-PQ1 1 6-N1SL16-1 1 1 VC12 Bidirectional NE1 CrossConnection 2-PQ1 1 8-N2SL64-1 1 1 VC12 Bidirectional NE4 CrossConnection 12-N1SL16-1 1 1 11-N2SL64-1 1 1 VC12 Bidirectional Context You can use the following two ways to create a VC12 service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE. The example illustrated in this section is based on the assumption that NE1 occupies the first VC4 of 8-N2SL64-1.. NE4 and NE5. l l Use the trail feature of the U2000 to create a VC4 server trail first. Then create VC12 cross-connections on NE1. Ltd. The following illustrates how to create such a VC12 trail in the first way. and NE4 occupies the first VC4 of 11N2SL64-1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Create a silver server trail between NE1 and NE4. 1-158 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

13. View the detailed information of the VC4 server trail and the VC12 trail that are created. The system prompts that the operation was successful. Ltd. The system prompts that the operation was successful. Step 3 Enter the VC4 server trail information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 Server Trail l Source: NE5 l Sink: E1 Step 4 Check the SPC First check box.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. You can view the ASON trail information. Step 2 Choose Create/Modify > Create Trail to create a VC4 server trail. Step 10 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Step 8 In the SDH Trail Management window. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. click Filter and select Filter All. NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs.5 Creating a 1+1 VC12 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE You can create end-to-end 1+1 VC12 services between traditional NEs and ASON NEs. 1-159 . The service is required to be an SNCP service. ----End 1. enter the VC12 trail information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC12 l Source: NE5-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) l Sink: E1-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) Step 7 Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. Click Close. Step 9 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu.. NE1. Service Requirement See Figure 1-68. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and choose the Silver protection type. Step 6 In the SDH Trail Creation view. A VC12 service needs to be configured between NE1 and NE5. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs. You can also view the value of ASON-SDH Trail to check whether the ASON section of the ASON-SDH trail is successfully created. Click Close. NE2. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 5 Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. ASON NEs must be configured.

Figure 1-69 Board configuration for NE1-NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Figure 1-70 shows how the boards are configured on NE5 and NE6. 1-160 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NE3 and NE4. NE2. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management The direction of the working service and protection service of the SNCP service between NE1 and NE5 must be the same. Ltd. Figure 1-68 1+1 VC12 service requirement between traditional and ASON NEs NE1 VC12 NE6 NE5 NE4 VC12 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE : Working Trail : Protection trail Board Configuration Figure 1-69 shows how the boards are configured on NE1..

1-161 . Table 1-37 Service planning for double silver ASON server trails Attribute Source NE Sink NE Protection type NE1<->NE4 NE1 NE4 Silver ASON server trail NE1<->NE3 NE1 NE3 Silver ASON server trail Table 1-38 SNCP service planning for NE5 Attribute Transmit Direction Working service Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Source VC12 timeslot Issue 02 (2010-09-24) GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU Receive Direction Working service 6-N1SL16-1 1 1 Protection service 13-N1SL16-1 Protection service 2-PQ1 1 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-70 Board configuration for NE5 and NE6 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SL16 EXCSA N1SL1 Service Planning You can refer to Table 1-37. Table 1-39 and Table 1-40 to plan a service. Ltd. Table 1-38.

1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Attribute Transmit Direction Working service Protection service 13-N1SL16-1 Receive Direction Working service 2-PQ1 1 VC12 Unidirectional Protection service Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Sink VC12 timeslot Service level Direction 6-N1SL16-1 1 1 VC12 Unidirectional NOTE You can query the boards and timeslots occupied by the two ASON server trails in the SDH ASON Trail Management window after the server trails are created. Ltd. The example illustrated in this section is based on the assumption that NE3 occupies the 64 VC4 of 7-N2SL64-1. 1-162 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . and NE4 occupies the first VC4 of 11N2SL64-1.. The example illustrated in this section is based on the assumption that NE1 occupies the 64 VC4 of 7-N2SL64-1 and the first VC4 of 8-N2SL64-1. Table 1-39 SNCP service planning for NE1 Attribute Transmit Direction Working service Source board-port Source VC4 timeslot Source VC12 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Sink VC12 timeslot Service level Direction 2-PQ1 1 7-N2SL64-1 64 1 VC12 Unidirectional 8-N2SL64-1 1 Protection service Receive Direction Working service 7-N2SL64-1 64 1 2-PQ1 1 VC12 Unidirectional Protection service 8-N2SL64-1 1 NOTE You can query the boards and timeslots occupied by the two ASON server trails in the SDH ASON Trail Management window after the server trails are created.

4. NE3. and NE1 in sequence. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Enter the VC4 server trail information as follows: Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Create a VC4 server trail that passing NE5. 1. Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. Create a silver ASON server trail between NE1 and NE4.. Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. 1-163 . Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and select the Silver protection type. Check the SPC First check box. l l Use the trail feature of the U2000 to create two VC4 server trails first. Associate the two silver ASON server trails. Step 4 Create a VC4 server trail that passing NE5. Step 2 Choose Create/Modify > Create Trail to create a VC4 server trail. 3. Then create VC12 trails. Ltd. and NE1 in sequence.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Table 1-40 Service planning for NE3 and NE4 Attribute Source board-port Source VC4 timeslot Source VC12 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Sink VC12 timeslot Service level Direction NE3 12-N1SL16-1 1 1 7-N2SL64-1 64 1 VC12 Bidirectional NE4 12-N1SL16-1 1 1 11-N2SL64-1 1 1 VC12 Bidirectional You can use the following two ways to create a 1+1 VC12 service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE. The system prompts that the operation was successful. The following illustrates how to create such a 1+1 VC12 trail in the first way. and create VC12 cross-connections on NE3 and NE4. NE4. 1. and another silver ASON server trail between NE1 and NE3. Click Close. Then create 1+1 VC12 cross-connections on NE1 and NE5. Enter the VC4 server trail information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 Server Trail l Source: NE5 l Sink: NE1 2.

NE1. 3. Right-click NE1 and choose Set Selective-Receiving Point from the shortcut menu. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 Server Trail l Source: NE5 l Sink: NE1 2.99. Click OK.6 Creating a 1+1 VC4 Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE The 1+1 VC4 service can be configured between a traditional NE and an ASON NE. and route the service from NE5 to NE3. Select the fiber between NE5 and NE3. NE2. Step 7 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu.13. Ltd. Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. Click Close. Step 8 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. A 1+1 VC4 service needs to be configured between NE5 and NE1. The system prompts that the operation was successful. You can also view the value of ASON-SDH Trail to check whether the ASON section of the ASON-SDH trail is successfully created. The ASON software of the ASON NE must be of version 5. 5. Check the Activate the trail check box and click Apply. and NE4 are ASON NEs whereas NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. View the details about the VC4 server trail and the VC12 trail that are created. Check the SPC First check box. The system prompts that the operation was successful. Step 5 Create a VC12 trail. 1. ----End 1. 3. Click Close. 4. Click the SNCP setting tab. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. click Filter and select Filter All. Right-click NE5 and choose Set Dual-Fed Point from the shortcut menu. You can view the ASON trail information.. Click ASON Attributes Settings and select the Silver protection type. Service Requirements As shown in Figure 1-71.1 or later. 5. enter the VC12 trail information as follows: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC12 l Source: NE5-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) l Sink: NE1-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) 2.7. In the SDH Trail Creation view. 4. Step 6 In the SDH Trail Management window. and then to NE1. To implement 1-164 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NE3.

iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks the 1+1 protection. Ltd. Figure 1-71 1+1 VC4 service requirement between a traditional NE and an ASON NE NE1 VC4 NE4 NE6 NE5 VC4 NE2 NE3 : ASON NE : Traditional NE Board Configuration Figure 1-72 shows the board configuration of NE1-NE4. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU 1-165 .. Figure 1-72 Board configuration of NE1-NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N1SL1 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the service association is configured in the ASON domain and the SNCP is configured on the traditional NEs.

Figure 1-73 Board configuration of NE5 and NE6 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SL16 EXCSA N1SL1 Service Planning Table 1-41.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-73 shows the board configuration of NE5 and NE6. and Table 1-44 show the service planning for the NEs. Table 1-43. Table 1-42. Table 1-41 Service planning for the two silver ASON trails Attribute Source NE Sink NE Protection type NE1<->NE4 NE1 NE4 Silver trail NE1<->NE3 NE1 NE3 Silver trail Table 1-42 SNCP service planning for NE5 Attribute Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Sink board-port 1-166 Working Service 6-N1SL16-1 1 4-N1SL1-1 Protection Service 13-N1SL16-1 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .

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Attribute Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction

Working Service 1 VC4 Bidirectional

Protection Service

NOTE

The boards and timeslots that the two ASON trails occupy can be queried in the SDH ASON Trail Management window only after the trails are created. In this example, the two ASON trails of NE1 occupy the 64th VC4 of the 7-N2SL64-1 and the first VC4 of the 8-N2SL64-1.

Table 1-43 SNCP service planning for NE1 Attribute Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Sink boardport Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction Working Service 7-N2SL64-1 64 4-N1SL1-1 1 VC4 Bidirectional Protection Service 8-N2SL64-1 1

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The boards and timeslots that the two ASON trails occupy can be queried in the SDH ASON Trail Management window only after the trails are created. In this example, the ASON trail of NE3 occupies the 64th VC4 of the 7-N2SL64-1 and the ASON trail of NE4 occupies the first VC4 of the 11-N2SL64-1.

Table 1-44 Service planning for NE3 and NE4 Attribute Source board-port Source VC4 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Service level
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To create the 1+1 VC4 service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE, do as follows: Create a silver ASON trail between NE1 and NE4 and create a silver ASON trail between NE1 and NE3. Then, associate the two ASON trails. After that, create the 1+1 VC4 cross-connection between NE1 and NE5, and create the VC4 cross-connection between NE3 and NE4.

Procedure
Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail, and the creation wizard is displayed. Step 3 In Basic information, enter the basic information of the ASON trail. For example, enter the following attributes: l Name: NE1-NE4-ASON-Trail-0001 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Silver l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation Step 4 In the Routing Attributes field, enter the rerouting attributes of the trail. For example, enter the following attributes: l Revetrive Mode: Revertive (Select Non-Revetrive if the silver service is a non-revetrive service. Select Scheduled revertive if the silver service is a scheduled revertive service.) l Priority: 1 l Lockout: Unlocked l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible Step 5 Set the source NE. In the right-hand topology, double-click the sink NE and select a slot, port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Click OK. For example, select the N1SL16 in slot 6, port 1, and timeslot 1. Step 6 Set the sink NE. In the right-hand topology, double-click the sink NE and select a slot, port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Click OK. Step 7 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information.
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If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box, the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. Every change of the route constraints, the source/sink, or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation.

Step 8 Ensure that the trail information and routing restrictions are correct. Click Apply. If the creation is successful, a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.
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Step 9 Click Close. If the system prompts that the route calculation fails, check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. Step 10 According to the service planning, repeat Steps 3-9 to create the silver service between NE1 and NE3. Step 11 Click Cancel to return to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. Hold down the Ctrl key and select the two silver trails to be associated. Right-click and choose Set Association from the shortcut menu. Click Yes in the Prompt dialog box that is displayed. After the two ASON trails are associated, a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Step 12 Select the NE1 icon in the Main Topology. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu. Step 13 Choose Configuration > SDH Service Configuration from the Function Tree. Step 14 Click Create SNCP Service and enter the following SNCP service information about NE1: l Service Type: SNCP l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source Slot: – Working Service: 7-N2SL64-1 – Protection Service: 8-N2SL64-1 l Source Timeslot Range: – Working Service: 64 – Protection Service: 1 l Sink Slot: 4-N1SL1-1 l Sink Timeslot Range: 1 Step 15 Click Apply. After the SNCP service is created, a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Step 16 According to the service planning, repeat Steps 12-15 to create the SNCP service of NE5. ? Step 17 Enter the NE Explorer of NE3. Step 18 Choose Configuration > SDH Service Configuration from the Function Tree. Step 19 Click Create and enter the following SDH service information about NE3: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source Slot: 12-N1SL16-1 l Source Timeslot Range: 1 l Sink Slot: 7-N2SL64-1 l Sink Timeslot Range: 64 l Activate Immediately: Yes Step 20 Click OK. After the SDH service is created, a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.
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Step 21 According to the service planning, repeat Steps 17-20 to create the SDH service of NE4. Step 22 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. Click Next one after another until the search is complete. Check whether the trail is created successfully in the SDH Trail Management window. Step 23 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Click Filter and choose Filter All. Check the detailed information about the trail that is created. Step 24 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Then, you can view the ASON trail information. ----End

1.13.7 Creating a 1+1 VC12 Service Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain
You can create 1+1 VC12 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain.

Prerequisite
l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The ASON NE must be configured.

Service Requirement
In Figure 1-74, NE1, NE2, NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs, and NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. Configure a VC12 service between NE5 and NE6. The service requires SNCP protection. Figure 1-74 1+1 VC12 service requirement between traditional NEs
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Board Configuration
For the board configuration of NE1-NE4, refer to Figure 1-75.
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Figure 1-75 Board configuration of NE1-NE4
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Refer to Table 1-45, Table 1-46 and Table 1-47 for service planning.

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NE1 to NE6. NE4.. 1-173 . 1. Step 2 Select Create/Modify > Create Trail to create a VC4 server trail. For example: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 server trail l Source: NE5 l Sink: NE6 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Create a silver ASON trail between NE1 and NE4 and a silver ASON trail between NE2 and NE3. Associate these two silver ASON trails. Ltd. Enter the information of the VC4 server trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Table 1-47 SNCP service planning of NE6 Attribute Transmit direction Working service Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Source VC12 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Sink VC12 timeslot Service level Direction 2-PQ1 1 6-N1SL16-1 1 1 VC12 Unidirectional 13-N1SL16-1 Protection service Receive direction Working service 6-N1SL16-1 1 1 2-PQ1 1 VC12 Unidirectional Protection service 13-N1SL16-1 The two ways of creating 1+1 VC12 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain are as follows: l l Use the trail function of the U2000 to create two VC4 server trails and then create a VC12 trail. Step 3 Create a VC4 server trail from NE5. The following procedure describes how to create 1+1 VC12 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain in the first way. Configure VC12 cross-connections for NE5 and NE6. Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu.

4. View the details of the VC4 server trail and the VC12 trail that are created.13. View the value of ASON-SDH Trail to check whether the ASON section of the ASON-SDH trail is successfully created. enter the information of the VC12 trail. 3. Click Apply. Check the SPC First check box. 2. A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. 3. Click Close.8 Creating a 1+1 VC4 Service Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain You can create 1+1 VC4 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain. A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Step 6 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. 3. 1. Click Close. Click Close. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and select Silver as the protection type. Click Apply. Check the Activate the trail check box. Select Silver as the protection type and click OK. Ltd. Enter the information of the VC4 server trail. Click Filter and select Filter All. For example: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC12 l Source: NE5-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) l Sink: NE6-2-PQ1-1(SDH_TU-1) Step 5 Create a VC12 trail. 5. Select the fiber between NE3 and NE2. Check the SPC First check box. ----End 1. Click ASON Attributes Settings. Right-click NE6 and choose Set Selective-Receiving Point from the shortcut menu. 1-174 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NE3. NE1 to NE6. Check the Activate the trail check box. Check the Activate the trail check box. View the information of the created ASON trail. 5. 4. 4.. In the SDH Trail Creation View. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Click Apply. Step 8 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. For example: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 server trail l Source: NE5 l Sink: NE6 Step 4 Create a VC4 server trail from NE5. Click the SNCP setting tab. 1.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2. 2. A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. and adjust the route to pass NE3 and NE2 and reach NE1. Step 7 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Right-click NE5 and choose Set Dual-Fed Point from the shortcut menu.

Figure 1-77 1+1 VC4 service requirement between traditional NEs NE1 NE4 NE6 NE5 VC4 NE2 NE3 VC4 : ASON NE : Traditional NE : Working Trail : Protection trail Board Configuration For the board configuration of NE1-NE4.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. NE3 and NE4 are ASON NEs. Service Requirement In Figure 1-77. The service requires SNCP protection. NE1. NE2. and NE5 and NE6 are traditional NEs. Ltd. The ASON NE must be configured. refer to Figure 1-78. Configure a VC4 service between NE5 and NE6.. Figure 1-78 Board configuration of NE1-NE4 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N2SL64 N1SL16 N2SL64 N2SL64 EXCSA Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU 1-175 .

1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management For the board configuration of NE5 and NE6.. Figure 1-79 Board configuration of NE5 and NE6 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SL16 EXCSA N1SL1 Service Planning Refer to Table 1-48. Table 1-49 and Table 1-50 for service planning. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . refer to Figure 1-79. Table 1-48 Planning of Two Silver ASON Trails Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source VC4 Sink NE Sink board-port Sink VC4 Protection type Service type Trail type NE1<->NE4 NE1 12-N1SL16-1 1 NE4 12-N1SL16-1 1 Silver ASON trail Working trail NE2<->NE3 NE2 12-N1SL16-1 1 NE3 12-N1SL16-1 1 Silver ASON trail Protection trail 1-176 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

The following procedure describes how to 1+1 VC4 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain in the first way. 1-177 . Configure VC4 cross-connections for NE5 and NE6. Ltd.N1SL16-1 2 VC4 Unidirectional Protection service 13-N1SL16-1 The two ways of creating 1+1 VC4 services between traditional NEs that cross an ASON domain are as follows: l l Use the trail function of the U2000 to create a VC4 service.N1SL16-1 2 6-N1SL16-1 2 VC4 Unidirectional 13-N1SL16-1 Protection service Receive direction Working service 6-N1SL16-1 2 5. Create a silver ASON trail between NE1 and NE4 and a silver ASON trail between NE2 and NE3.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Table 1-49 SNCP service planning of NE5 Attribute Transmit direction Working service Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction 5-N1SL16-1 2 6-N1SL16-1 2 VC4 Unidirectional 13-N1SL16-1 Protection service Receive direction Working service 6-N1SL16-1 2 5.N1SL16-1 2 VC4 Unidirectional Protection service 13-N1SL16-1 Table 1-50 SNCP service planning of NE6 Attribute Transmit direction Working service Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction 5. Associate these two silver ASON trails. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

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Procedure
Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Step 2 Select Create/Modify > Create Trail. Step 3 Enter the information of the service. For example: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source: NE5-4-N1SL1-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 l Sink: NE6-4-N1SL1-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 Step 4 Check the SPC First check box. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and select Silver as the protection type. Step 5 Click the SNCP setting tab. Right-click NE5 and choose Set Dual-Fed Point from the shortcut menu. Step 6 Right-click NE6 and choose Set Selective-Receiving Point from the shortcut menu. Step 7 Check the SPC First check box. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and select Silver as the protection type. Step 8 Check the Activate the trail check box. Click Apply. A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close. Step 9 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Click Filter and select Filter All. Step 10 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. View the details of the created VC4 trail. View the value of ASON-SDH Trail to check whether the ASON section of the ASON-SDH trail is successfully created. Step 11 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. View the information of the created ASON trail. ----End

1.14 Accessing a Traditional Network to an ASON Through Linear MSP
When accessing services from a traditional network, to ensure that reliability of the accessed services, you can create a 1+1 or 1:1 linear MSP at the edge of the traditional network and an ASON domain. You can configure services in an ASON domain to the diamond , gold, and silver level.

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Service Requirement
See Figure 1-80. If services exist between NE5 and NE3, a 1+1 linear MSP between NE5 and NE2 can ensure the reliability of services accessed from the source node NE5. Figure 1-80 Accessing 1+1 linear MSP
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For the board configuration of NE1 and NE4, refer to Figure 1-81. Figure 1-81 Board configuration of NE1 and NE4
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Table 1-51 Planning of Diamond Services Accessed Through 1+1 Linear MSP Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source VC4 Sink NE Sink board-port Sink VC4 Service route ASON service type Traditional service type NE5<->NE3 NE5 14-N1SL16-1 1 NE3 5-N1SL16-1 1 The system automatically calculates the service route. Diamond 1+1 linear MSP

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Procedure
Step 1 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Step 2 Select Create/Modify > Create Trail. Step 3 Enter the information of the service. l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source: NE5-14-N1SL16-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 l Sink: NE3-5-N1SL16-1(SDH-1)-VC4:1 Step 4 Check the SPC First check box. Click ASON Attributes Settings tab and select Diamond as the protection type. Step 5 Check the Activate the trail check box. Click Apply. A prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close. Step 6 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. Click Next and click Finish. Step 7 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. View the details of the created VC4 trail. Step 8 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. View the information of the created ASON trail. ----End
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1.15 Accessing a Traditional Network to an ASON Network by Using the SNCP Accessed Service
When a traditional network is accessed to an ASON network by using the SNCP accessed service, the end-to-end SNCP is implemented for the service. 1.15.1 Creating the SNCP Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE To configure the SNCP service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE, you need to configure the SNCP in the traditional network and configure the diamond service, gold service, silver service, copper service, or iron service in the ASON network. 1.15.2 Creating SNCP Services Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain To configure the SNCP services between traditional NEs that cross the ASON domain, you need to configure the SNCP in the traditional network and configure the diamond service, gold service, or silver service in the ASON network. 1.15.3 Querying the Information About the SNCP Accessed Service After the SNCP accessed service is created, you can query the relevant information, such as the access point and switching status. 1.15.4 Performing Switching at the SNCP Access End After the SNCP accessed service is created, you can perform switching at the SNCP access end.

1.15.1 Creating the SNCP Service Between a Traditional NE and an ASON NE
To configure the SNCP service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE, you need to configure the SNCP in the traditional network and configure the diamond service, gold service, silver service, copper service, or iron service in the ASON network.

Prerequisite
l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The ASON software of the ASON NE must be of version 5.99.7.1 or later.

Service Requirements
As shown in Figure 1-84, a VC4 service is configured between NE5 and NE3. This VC4 service is configured with SNCP in the traditional network between NE5 and NE1 and is configured as a diamond service in the ASON network between NE1 and NE3.

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protection path: NE1NE2-NE3 Revertive attribute Non-revertive Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Rerouting attributes 1-184 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. and Table 1-54 show the service planning for the NEs. Table 1-53. Table 1-52 Planning of the diamond service between NE1 and NE3 Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class SNCP Access Route constraint NE1<->NE3 NE1 4-N1SLD4-1 1 NE3 4-N1SLD4-1 1 Diamond Source: NE1-12-N1SL16-1VC4:1 Working path: NE1-NE4NE3.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-86 shows the board configuration of NE5-NE7. Ltd. GSCC GSCC PQ1 PQ1 AUX PIU PIU . Figure 1-86 Board configuration of NE5-NE7 S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 2 8 S S S S S S S S S 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D75S D75S FAN S S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 FAN S 1 0 EXCSA FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1SL16 N1SLD4 N1SL16 EXCSA Service Planning Table 1-52.

Use existing trails whenever possible 0 Table 1-53 SNCP service planning for NE1 and NE5 Attribute Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Sink boardport Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction Working Service 6-N1SL16-1 1 4-N1SLD4-1 1 VC4 Bidirectional Protection Service 12-N1SL16-1 1 Table 1-54 Service planning for NE6 and NE7 Attribute Source board-port Source VC4 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction NE6 12-N1SL16-1 1 6-N1SL16-1 1 VC4 Bidirectional NE7 12-N1SL16-1 1 12-N1SL16-1 1 VC4 Bidirectional To configure the SNCP service between a traditional NE and an ASON NE. do as follows: Create a diamond ASON trail between NE1 and NE3 (NE1 and NE3 need to be configured with the SNCP accessed service). 1-185 .iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Attribute Rerouting trigger condition Rerouting policy Rerouting Hold-off time NE1<->NE3 Initiates rerouting if any one of the LSPs is interrupted. Search the trail by using the trail search function. Ltd. Create the SNCP services on NE1 and NE5.. configure the SDH services on NE6 and NE7. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Then.

port. Add the source access point NE1-12-N1SL16-1-VC4:1 in the SNCP Access column. Select the NE1 icon in the Main Topology. In the Routing Attributes field. Select Scheduled revertive if the diamond service is a scheduled revertive service. Right-click NE4 in the topology view on the right and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. 3. do as follows: 1. 9. . l Select the Protection option button.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Procedure Step 1 To create the diamond service between NE1 and NE3. 7. l Revetrive Mode: Non-Revetrive (Select Revertive if the diamond service is a revertive service.. Click OK. Choose Configuration > SDH Service Configuration from the Function Tree. and timeslot in the dialog box that is displayed. l Select the Working option button. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Step 2 To configure the SNCP services of NE1 and NE5. Click OK. 6. Ensure that the trail information and route restrictions are correct. Click Apply. Set the source NE. In the topology view on the right. Click Create to enter the creation wizard window. Ltd.) l Priority: 1 l Lockout: Unlocked l Trigger Condition: Reroute when one trail fails l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible l Rerouting Hold-off time: 0 5. Right-click NE2 in the topology view on the right and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. In the topology view on the right. Click Create SNCP Service and enter the following SNCP service information aboutNE1: l Service Type: SNCP l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source Slot: – Working Service: 6-N1SL16-1 – Protection Service: 12-N1SL16-1 1-186 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. port. Enter the following basic information aboutthe trail in the Basic Information column: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0001 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Diamond l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation 4. 2. set the working/protection route of the diamond service. 8. set the rerouting attributes of the trail. Set the sink NE. and timeslot in the dialog box that is displayed. In the Basic Information column. 2. a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. do as follows: 1. 3. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu. double-click the sink NE and select the slot. double-click the sink NE and select the slot. After the creation is complete. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu.

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l Source Timeslot Range: – Working Service: 1 – Protection Service: 1 l Sink Slot: 4-N1SLD4-1 l Sink Timeslot Range: 1 4. 5. Click Apply. After the SNCP service is created, a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. According to the service planning, repeat Steps 1-4 to create the SNCP service of NE5.

Step 3 To configure the SDH services of NE6 and NE7, do as follows: 1. 2. 3. Enter the NE Explorer of NE6. Choose Configuration > SDH Service Configuration from the Function Tree. Click Create and enter the following SDH service information aboutNE6: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source Slot: 12-N1SL16-1 l Source Timeslot Range: 1 l Sink Slot: 6-N1SL16-1 l Sink Timeslot Range: 1 l Activate Immediately: Yes 4. 5. Click OK. After the SDH service is created, a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. According to the service planning, repeat Steps 1-4 to create the SDH service of NE7.

Step 4 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. Click Next one after another until the search is complete. Check whether the trail is created successfully in the SDH Trail Management window. Step 5 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Click Filter and choose Filter All. Then, you can view the detailed information aboutthe trail that is created. Step 6 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Then, you can view the ASON trail information. ----End

1.15.2 Creating SNCP Services Between Traditional NEs That Cross an ASON Domain
To configure the SNCP services between traditional NEs that cross the ASON domain, you need to configure the SNCP in the traditional network and configure the diamond service, gold service, or silver service in the ASON network.

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Service Requirements
As shown in Figure 1-87, a VC4 service is configured between NE5 and NE9. This VC4 service is configured with the SNCP in the traditional network between NE5 and NE1 and in the traditional network between NE3 and NE9, and is configured as a diamond service in the ASON network between NE1 and NE3. Figure 1-87 SNCP services between traditional NEs that cross the ASON domain
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Figure 1-89 shows the board configuration of NE5-NE10. Figure 1-89 Board configuration of NE5-NE10
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Table 1-55, Table 1-56, and Table 1-57 show the service planning for the NEs. Table 1-55 Planning of the diamond service between NE1 and NE3 Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class SNCP access NE1<->NE3 NE1 4-N1SLD4-1 1 NE3 4-N1SLD4-1 1 Diamond Source: NE1-12-N1SL16-1VC4:1 Sink: NE3-12-N1SL16-1VC4:1

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NE1<->NE3 Working path: NE1-NE4NE3; protection path: NE1NE2-NE3 Revertive attribute Rerouting trigger condition Rerouting policy Rerouting Hold-off time Non-revertive Initiates rerouting if any one of the LSPs is interrupted. Use existing trails whenever possible 0

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Table 1-56 SNCP service planning for NE1, NE3, NE5, and NE9 Attribute Source boardport Source VC4 timeslot Sink boardport Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction Working Service 6-N1SL16-1 1 4-N1SLD4-1 1 VC4 Bidirectional Protection Service 12-N1SL16-1 1

Table 1-57 Service planning for NE6, NE7, NE8, and NE10 Attribute Source board-port Source VC4 timeslot Sink board-port Sink VC4 timeslot Service level Direction NE 6-N1SL16-1 1 12-N1SL16-1 1 VC4 Bidirectional

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To configure the SNCP services between traditional NEs that cross the ASON domain, do as follows: Create a diamond ASON trail between NE1 and NE3 (NE1 and NE3 need to be configured with the SNCP accessed service). Create the SNCP services of NE1, NE3, NE5, and NE9. Then, configure the SDH services of NE6, NE7, NE8, and NE10. Search the trail by using the trail search function.

Procedure
Step 1 To create the diamond service between NE1 and NE3, do as follows: 1. 2. 3. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Click Create to enter the creation wizard window. Enter the following basic information aboutthe trail in the Basic Information column: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0001 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Diamond l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation 4. In the Routing Attributes field, set the rerouting attributes of the trail. l Revetrive Mode: Non-Revetrive (Select Revertive if the diamond service is a revertive service. Select Scheduled revertive if the diamond service is a scheduled revertive service.) l Priority: 1 l Lockout: Unlocked l Trigger Condition: Reroute when one trail fails l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible l Rerouting Hold-off time: 0 5. 6. 7. Set the source NE. In the topology view on the right, double-click the sink NE and select the slot, port, and timeslot in the dialog box that is displayed. Click OK. Set the sink NE. In the topology view on the right, double-click the sink NE and select the slot, port, and timeslot in the dialog box that is displayed. Click OK. Set the working/protection route for the diamond service in the Basic Information column. l Select the Working option button. Right-click NE4 in the topology view on the right and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. l Select the Protection option button. Right-click NE2 in the topology view on the right and choose Set As Explicit Node from the shortcut menu. 8. Enter the following SNCP access information in the SNCP Access column: l Source: NE1-12-N1SL16-1-VC4:1 l Sink: NE3-12-N1SL16-1-VC4:1 9. Ensure that the trail information and route restrictions are correct. Click Apply. After the creation is complete, a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.

Step 2 To configure the SNCP services of NE1, NE3, NE5, and NE9, do as follows: 1. Select the NE1 icon in the Main Topology. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.
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Ltd. Enter the NE Explorer of NE6. do as follows: 1. Check whether the trail is created successfully in the SDH Trail Management window. According to the service planning. Click Apply. Click Create and enter the following SDH service information aboutNE6: l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source Slot: 12-N1SL16-1 l Source Timeslot Range: 1 l Sink Slot: 6-N1SL16-1 l Sink Timeslot Range: 1 l Activate Immediately: Yes 4. ----End 1-192 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NE8. 2. repeat Steps 1-4 to create the SDH services of NE7. Then. and NE10. a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. repeat Steps 1-4 to create the SNCP services of NE3. Choose Configuration > SDH Service Configuration from the Function Tree. Click Filter and choose Filter All. 5. 3. Click Next one after another until the search is complete. NE8.. Check the detailed information aboutthe trail that is created. Click OK. and NE10. 5. 3. According to the service planning. After the SNCP service is created. NE7. Click Create SNCP Service and enter the following SNCP service information aboutNE1: l Service Type: SNCP l Direction: Bidirectional l Level: VC4 l Source Slot: – Working Service: 6-N1SL16-1 – Protection Service: 12-N1SL16-1 l Source Timeslot Range: – Working Service: 1 – Protection Service: 1 l Sink Slot: 4-N1SLD4-1 l Sink Timeslot Range: 1 4. After the SDH service is created. Step 3 To configure the SNCP services of NE6. and NE9. Choose Configuration > SDH Service Configuration from the Function Tree. a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 4 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. you can view the ASON trail information. NE5. Step 5 Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. Step 6 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu.

15. Ltd. you can query the relevant information. you can perform switching at the SNCP access end. ----End 1. such as the access point and switching status. 1-193 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Choose Maintenance > SNCP Accessed Service. The unidirectional SNCP accessed service or bidirectional SNCP accessed service must be created. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 3 In SNCP Accessed Service. Step 2 Select the SNCP accessed ASON service to be queried. Click to close the window.. The unidirectional SNCP accessed service or bidirectional SNCP accessed service must be created. click Query Switching Status.15.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Step 4 After the query is performed successfully. a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.4 Performing Switching at the SNCP Access End After the SNCP accessed service is created.3 Querying the Information About the SNCP Accessed Service After the SNCP accessed service is created.

3 Setting the Information About the GMPLS UNI The GMPLS UNI is a standard UNI specified by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).4 Setting the Information About the OIF UNI The OIF UNI is the standard UNI specified by the OIF. the user name and password. In addition.16.2 Enabling the UNI Feature of an ASON NE After an ASON NE is activated. a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation to close the window. Step 2 Select the ASON service for which switching needs to be performed at the SNCP access end.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. by using the control signalling. Configuring UNI services is simpler and takes less time than configuring traditional services..16 Managing UNI Services The UNI is the standard interface that is used to connect the client equipment to the transport network.16. deleting.16. Choose Maintenance > SNCP Accessed Service.6 Setting the Information About the GMPLS UNI Link In the case of the GMPLS UNI. ----End 1.16. you can check that switching is already is successful.1 Flow of Configuring UNI Services The UNI (logical user-network interface) services are available in two types. 1. 1. 1. namely. 1. generalized multi-protocol label switching (GMPLS) UNI services and Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) UNI services. Step 4 After switching is performed successfully.16. UNI services improve the reliability and real-time performance of the transport network so that burst data service requirements can be met and end-to-end UNI services can be realized. the UNI services can be created only after the UNI feature is enabled. Then. Click Access Point Switching.5 Setting the UNI Access Policy In the case of an ASON network. 1-194 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and restoring the LSP. 1. The GMPLS UNI inherits the normal LSP features. Ltd. Step 3 Select the access point where switching needs to be performed. When the UNI is used. the client equipment can dynamically request transport resources from the transport network and release transport resources to the transport network. The flow of configuring GMPLS UNI services is different from the flow of configuring OIF UNI services. The OIF UNI has similar functions to the GMPLS UNI. the management strategy can be customized according the requirements of the UNI users. Click performed at the access point of Selective Receiving End. including the creating. and the restrictions on the service creation can be set according to the requirements of the UNI users. you need to set the information such as the IP address. protecting. Context The ASON NE of the USP V100R005 version not support the UNI function. 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .16.

8 Querying UNI Services You can query the detailed information about the services that UNI users create. namely.7 Setting the Information About the OIF UNI Link In the case of the OIF UNI. the flow of configuring the UNI services is shown in Figure 1-90. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.16.16.1 Flow of Configuring UNI Services The UNI (logical user-network interface) services are available in two types. The flow of configuring GMPLS UNI services is different from the flow of configuring OIF UNI services. by using the U2000. 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. by using the U2000. 1.. Ltd. the ASON NE is generally considered as the UNI-N side.9 Deleting UNI Services You can manually delete the services that the UNI users create. you need to set the information such as the transport network address (TNA). 1. In this case. generalized multi-protocol label switching (GMPLS) UNI services and Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) UNI services. In the case of UNI services. 1-195 .16.16.

2 Enabling the UNI Feature of an ASON NE After an ASON NE is activated. the UNI services can be created only after the UNI feature is enabled.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-90 Flow of configuring UNI services Start Enable the UNI feature Configure the UNI Configure the UNI access policy Determine the signaling protocol type OIF GMPLS Create the GMPLS UNI link Create the OIF UNI link The UNI-C initiates the service creation The UNI-N automatically creates the UNI service Query the UNI services on the T2000 End 1. Prerequisite l l The ASON feature must be enabled for the ASON NE. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .. 1-196 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.16. You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.

deleting. Step 4 Set UNI Feature to Enabled.3 Setting the Information About the GMPLS UNI The GMPLS UNI is a standard UNI specified by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Service Requirements As shown in Figure 1-91. Step 3 Click Query to query the current status of the ASON feature. Step 5 Click Apply. Ltd. Step 2 In the NE Explorer. The GMPLS UNI inherits the normal LSP features.16. The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled. The information about the GMPLS UNI must be set for NE1 and NE3 so that the routers can be created dynamically and the LSP link between the routers can be managed. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the short-cut menu. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. set UNI Feature to Disabled. Step 6 Repeat Steps 1-4 to enable the UNI feature of NE3. including the creating.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure Step 1 Select NE1 in the Main Topology. and restoring the LSP. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. 1-197 . select NE1 and then choose ASON > UNI Management from the Function Tree. Click UNI Feature Management. NOTE To disable the ASON feature of NE1. protecting. NE1 and NE3 are connected to two routers through the GMPLS UNIs. ----End 1..

Figure 1-93 shows the board configuration of NE3..1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-91 Setting the information about the GMPLS UNI NE4 GMPLS UNI NE1 NE3 GMPLS UNI NE2 ASON NE Router Board Configuration Figure 1-92 shows the board configuration of NE1. Figure 1-92 Board configuration of NE1 S S S 1 2 3 S S 4 5 S S S S S 6 7 8 9 1 0 S 1 1 S S 1 1 2 3 S S S 1 1 1 4 5 6 S S S 5 5 4 5 1 7 S S 4 3 8 3 S S S S 3 4 4 3 4 1 2 5 S 3 6 S 5 8 S S 5 5 2 6 GXCH GXCH JEOW JSCC JSCC EMPU JL64 JL64 JL64 JL64 S S 1 1 7 8 S 1 9 S S 2 2 0 1 S S S S S 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 6 S 2 7 S S 2 2 8 9 S S S 3 3 3 0 1 2 S S 5 4 3 9 S 5 0 S S 5 3 4 7 S S S S 3 4 4 3 8 3 4 9 S 4 0 S 4 5 S S 4 5 6 7 GXCH GXCH Front Rear 1-198 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The JL64 board in slot 1 of NE1 is connected to the T2SL64 board in slot 11 of NE3. The JL64 board in slot 6 of NE1 is connected to one router and the N1SL16 board in slot 13 of NE3 is connected to the other router. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) JSTG JPIU JPIU . Ltd.

Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the short-cut menu.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Figure 1-93 Board configuration of NE3 S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 S 3 1 S S 3 3 2 4 PIU EOW GSCC GSCC S S S S 3 3 3 3 5 6 7 8 FAN S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S 9 T1EXCSA FAN S 1 0 T1EXCSA PIU S 3 3 AUX FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 T2SL64 N1SL16 N1SL16 Service Planning Procedure Step 1 Select NE1 in the Main Topology. Set Interface Attributes to GMPLS UNI-N Attributes.. Step 2 Click NE1 in the NE Explorer. Step 3 Select the board and port whose attributes need to be set. Ltd. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Choose ASON > UNI Management > UNI interface Management from the Function Tree. 1-199 .

. ----End 1. You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. NE1 and NE3 are connected to two routers through the OIF UNIs.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 4 Click Apply. Figure 1-94 Setting the information about the OIF UNI NE4 OIF UNI NE1 NE3 OIF UNI NE2 ASON NE Router 1-200 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The OIF UNI has similar functions to the GMPLS UNI. Prerequisite l l The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled.4 Setting the Information About the OIF UNI The OIF UNI is the standard UNI specified by the OIF. Ltd. Step 5 Repeat Steps 1-4 to set attributes of the GMPLS UNI of NE3. Service Requirements As shown in Figure 1-94. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .16. The information about the OIF UNI must be set for NE1 and NE3 so that the routers can be created dynamically and the LSP link between the routers can be managed.

The JL64 board in slot 1 of NE1 is connected to the T2SL64 board in slot 11 of NE3..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Board Configuration Figure 1-95 shows the board configuration of NE1. Figure 1-96 shows the board configuration of NE3. 1-201 JSTG JPIU JPIU . Figure 1-95 Board configuration of NE1 S S S 1 2 3 S S 4 5 S S S S S 6 7 8 9 1 0 S 1 1 S S 1 1 2 3 S S S 1 1 1 4 5 6 S S S 5 5 4 5 1 7 S S 4 3 8 3 S S S S 3 4 4 3 4 1 2 5 S 3 6 S 5 8 S S 5 5 2 6 GXCH GXCH JEOW JSCC JSCC EMPU JL64 JL64 JL64 JL64 S S 1 1 7 8 S 1 9 S S 2 2 0 1 S S S S S 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 6 S 2 7 S S 2 2 8 9 S S S 3 3 3 0 1 2 S S 5 4 3 9 S 5 0 S S 5 3 4 7 S S S S 3 4 4 3 8 3 4 9 S 4 0 S 4 5 S S 4 5 6 7 GXCH GXCH Front Rear Figure 1-96 Board configuration of NE3 S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 S 3 1 S S 3 3 2 4 PIU S S S S 3 3 3 3 5 6 7 8 EOW GSCC GSCC FAN S S S S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S 9 T1EXCSA FAN S 1 0 T1EXCSA PIU S 3 3 AUX FAN S S S S S S S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 T2SL64 N1SL16 N1SL16 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. The JL64 board in slot 5 of NE1 is connected to one router and the N1SL16 board in slot 12 of NE3 is connected to the other router.

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the short-cut menu.lct"The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the short-cut menu.5 Setting the UNI Access Policy In the case of an ASON network. ----End 1. Click Create. Choose ASON > UNI Management > UNI interface Management from the Function Tree. otherprops="u2klct. Set the following information: 1-202 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Select the board and port whose attributes need to be set. In addition. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled..1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Service Planning Procedure Step 1 Select NE1 in the Main Topology. the user name and password. the management strategy can be customized according the requirements of the UNI users. Set Interface Attributes to OIF UNIN Attributes.16. Step 4 Click Apply. Step 3 Click the UNI Access Policy Management tab. Choose ASON > UNI Management > UNI Access Policy Management from the Function Tree. Step 5 Repeat Steps 1-4 to set attributes of the OIF UNI of NE3. Procedure Step 1 Select NE1 in the Main Topology. and the restrictions on the service creation can be set according to the requirements of the UNI users. Step 2 Click NE1 in the NE Explorer. Ltd. Enter the information about the UNI access policy in the Create UNI Access Policy Management dialog box that is displayed. Step 2 Click NE1 in the NE Explorer.

Step 3 Click Create. you need to set the information such as the IP address. Choose ASON > UNI Management > IP Address Management of GMPLS UNI Link from the Function Tree. Procedure Step 1 Select NE1 in the Main Topology. Ltd. Step 2 Click NE1 in the NE Explorer. Set the link information for the GMPLS UNI in the Create GMPLS UNI Link window. ----End 1. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the short-cut menu. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled. 1-203 . The GMPLS UNI must be configured.16.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks l User: szhw l password: nwsoft l Color: 0 l Maximum Bandwidth(M): 10000 l Minimum Service Creation Interval: 30 Step 4 Click Apply.6 Setting the Information About the GMPLS UNI Link In the case of the GMPLS UNI.. Set the following information: Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 5 Repeat Steps 1-4 to set the UNI access policy of NE3.

1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Board: 6-JL64 l Port: 1(SDH-1) l Local IP Address: 129.16 Step 4 Click Apply.7 Setting the Information About the OIF UNI Link In the case of the OIF UNI. 1-204 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Select NE1 in the Main Topology.0.13 l Subnet Mask: 255. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 2 Click NE1 in the NE Explorer. you need to set the information such as the transport network address (TNA).0. The ASON feature of the NEs is enabled. Step 5 Repeat Steps 1-4 to set the information about the GMPLS UNI link of NE3.. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the short-cut menu.0. Ltd. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .1. The OIF UNI must be configured.16 l Remote IP Address: 129. ----End 1.0 l Remote Router ID: 1.0.255.1.16. Choose ASON > UNI Management > TNA Address Management from the Function Tree.255.

Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.8 Querying UNI Services You can query the detailed information about the services that UNI users create.16. select the domain. by using the U2000. source NE.1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 3 Click Create.. and sink NE according to the requirements. Step 2 In the Filter window. 1-205 . Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > UNI Trail Management from the main menu. Set the link information for the OIF UNI in the Create OIF UNI Link Address window. Step 5 Repeat Steps 1-4 to set the information about the OIF UNI link of NE3. Click Filter.13 Step 4 Click Apply. ----End 1. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher.1. Set the following information: l Board: 5-JL64 l Port: 1(SDH-1) l TNA Address: 129.

source NE. The UNI services must be configured. Step 2 In the Filter window. Right-click and choose Delete from the short-cut menu.. Step 4 After the service is deactivated.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management ----End 1. Click Filter. a dialog box is displayed. Right-click and choose Deactivate from the shortcut menu. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > UNI Trail Management from the main menu. Step 5 Select the service that is deactivated in Step 3. select the domain. by using the U2000. Ltd.16. 1-206 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.9 Deleting UNI Services You can manually delete the services that the UNI users create. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 3 Select the service that needs to be deleted. indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close. and sink NE according to the requirements.

1 Enabling OVPN Function of ASON NE The optical virtual private network (OVPN) function can be used only when the OVPN function is enabled for all the NEs in the ASON domain.3 Creating an OVPN Customer Before the resources are allocated for different OVPN customers.17. The timeslots in the TE links allocated for each OVPN customer should be planned properly according to the actual situations before the services are configured.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 6 After the service is deleted.5 Creating OVPN Services The OVPN services may be diamond services. When multiple operators need to share an ASON network. 1. silver services.17. indicating that the operation is successful. the corresponding OVPN customers need to be created on the NMS. 1.17. a dialog box is displayed. copper services.2 Creating NM User for OVPN Customer To ensure that each OVPN customer can manage its own resources and services. Ltd. 1.17 Managing the OVPN Customers and OVPN Services In the case of the OVPN. an ASON network is shared by multiple operators. Click Close. 1. an independent NM user needs to be created for each OVPN customer. The OVPN function of the ASON NEs can be enabled only if the license of the NMS supports the OVPN function.17. The OVPN function of the ASON NEs is controlled through the license of the NMS.17. Each operator can use and manage its own TE link resources and ASON services.6 Querying the TE Link Resources of the OVPN Customers After the TE link resources are allocated for the OVPN customers.. 1. you can allocate different TE link resources for each operator. 1-207 . gold services.17. ----End 1. or iron services.4 Allocating TE Links for OVPN Customers Each OVPN customer can use only the allocated TE links to create services. you can query the TE link resources of each OVPN customer. 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 3 Click Apply.17. ----End 1. The OVPN function of the ASON NEs can be enabled only if the license of the NMS supports the OVPN function. The OVPN function of the ASON NEs is controlled through the license of the NMS.2 Creating NM User for OVPN Customer To ensure that each OVPN customer can manage its own resources and services.7 Querying the Services of the OVPN Customers After the ASON services are created for the OVPN customers.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1. you can query the ASON services of each OVPN customer. Otherwise. Step 2 In the SDH ASON Topology Management window. The license of the NMS must support the OVPN function. CAUTION The OVPN function must be enabled or disabled for all the ASON NEs in the ASON domain.17. an independent NM user needs to be created for each OVPN customer.1 Enabling OVPN Function of ASON NE The optical virtual private network (OVPN) function can be used only when the OVPN function is enabled for all the NEs in the ASON domain. select the domain for which the OVPN function needs to be enabled. The license of the NMS must support the OVPN function. Prerequisite l l l 1-208 You must log in to the U2000 as the super user admin. Ltd.17. the service creation may be affected. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Set OVPN Enable Status of all the NEs in this domain to Enabled. 1. A dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu. The operation set and the object set must be created.

iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management NOTE 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks To facilitate management. click New User. In the right pane. For example: l Name: OVPN_NM_User1 l Password: osninfo123 l Confirm password: osninfo123 l For the other parameters. Procedure Step 1 Choose Administration > NMS Security > NMS User Management from the main menu. 1-209 . Ltd.. Step 2 Create the NM user OVPN_NM_User1.11 OVPN. 4. Step 3 Add the NM user OVPN_NM_User1 into Operator Group. Choose User in the Security Management object tree. 2. adopt the default values.2. see 1. enter the information of the new user. it is recommend that only one NM user is created for each OVPN client. 1. In the Details tab. Click OK. 3. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. For the OVPN working principles and authorities of the NM user.

17.255 6. 4. 3. Click Select. In the Security Management object tree. 3. Click Apply. click the ACL tab. 7. The object set that is added is displayed in the Domain list. In the dialog box. Click Set ACL. In the right pane. click the Operation Rights tab. In the right pane. 1. the ACL dialog box is displayed. In the right pane. 8. In the right pane. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . An example is provided as follows: l Start IP address: 192.. 1. Click OK. Select the Use the current user ACL option box. 4. 2.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1. the corresponding OVPN customers need to be created on the NMS. Then.168. Click Add. Then. Step 6 Set the access control list of the NM user OVPN_NM_User1. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.168.end IP address option box and set the following parameters. For example. select the object set managed by the NM user. 3. the Add User Group dialog box is displayed. Click OK. 2. Then. 1. Prerequisite l 1-210 You must be an NM user with "NE administrator" authority or higher. Select the Access Allowed check box that corresponds to the IP address range. Click Close. select the NM user OVPN_NM_User1. select the operation set. click the Domain tab. Then. In the dialog box. Select the Start IP address . the Select Rights dialog box is displayed. The user group that is added is displayed in the User Groups list. Click Select. 4. ----End 1. Click Add.3 Creating an OVPN Customer Before the resources are allocated for different OVPN customers. OVPN_NE_user1 Click OK. the Select Domain dialog box is displayed.0. 3. Ltd.1 l End IP address: 192. 2. click the User Group tab. 5.255. Select Operator Group and click OK. 4. Step 4 Set the domain of the NM user. Step 5 Adjust the authority of the NM user OVPN_NM_User1. For example. Then. 2. The authorities that are added are displayed in the authority list. the New System Access Control Item dialog box is displayed. ASON E2E Operator Operation set.

iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks l l The OVPN function must be enabled for the ASON NEs. OVPN ID. it is recommended that each NM user should correspond to an OVPN customer. and other information. In the dialog box that is displayed. Click OK. 1. Ltd. 3. select OVPN Group and click Create in the lower right portion of the window. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The NM users of the OVPN customers must be created. NOTE l The OVPN ID ranges from 1 to 60000.. In the dialog box that is displayed. Procedure Step 1 Choose Service > Customer Management from the main menu. In the Object Tree. l When you select Automatch OVPN ID. For example. Right-click the root object tree and choose Create Group from the shortcut menu. the system automatically allocates an OVPN ID to the customer. OVPNuser1 and 1100. 2. OVPN Group. enter the customer name. Step 3 Create OVPN customer that belongs to the OVPN customer group. CAUTION To facilitate management. enter a name in the Group Name field. For example. 2. 1. Step 2 Optional: Create an OVPN customer group for conveniently managing OVPN customers. 1-211 .

Click OK to complete the setting. 3. For example.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3. create the OVPN customer successfully. 2. The timeslots in the TE links allocated for each OVPN customer should be planned properly according to the actual situations before the services are configured. Step 3 In the Partition Resource window. ensure that the timeslots of each section are consistent. OVPN_NM_User1.4 Allocating TE Links for OVPN Customers Each OVPN customer can use only the allocated TE links to create services. ----End 1. The timeslots in the TE links that are allocated for each OVPN customer must be planned properly.. choose the Available Users. 1.17. In the Customer Authorize Management windows. by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking the target TE links. The OVPN function must be enabled for the ASON NEs. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. NOTE When you partition the TE links on the MSP ring for OVPN customers. NOTE An NM user can manage multiple OVPN customers resources and services. Double-click OVPN Customer that corresponds to the specific timeslot and set the OVPN customer. Click Partition Resource. select the TE link that needs to be partitioned. 1-212 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. select Authorize to User. right-click. TIP You can select multiple TE links to be partitioned. select the TE link that needs to be partitioned. Step 2 In the TE Link window. An OVPN customer can be managed by multiple NM users. choose OVPNuser1 in the right list. The OVPN customers must be created on the NMS. Prerequisite l l l l You must log in to the U2000 as user admin. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 4 Set the authority of the NM user to the OVPN customers. Ltd. Select OVPN Group in the object tree in the left of the windows. Click OK.

Step 5 Optional: After the TE link resources are allocated. There must be NM users who use the OVPN resources. Close the window. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 8 Optional: Click Synchronize and select a TE link. Then. ----End 1. A 155 Mbit/s OVPN silver service needs to be configured for the OVPN1 customer between NE1 and NE3.. Right-click and choose Paste from the shortcut menu.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Step 4 Click Apply.17. Step 7 Then. copper services. Service Requirements As shown in Figure 1-97. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.5 Creating OVPN Services The OVPN services may be diamond services. silver services. 1-213 . Step 6 Optional: Select another TE link to copy the previously selected TE link to. or iron services. a dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. A dialog box is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. The TE link resources must be allocated for the OVPN customers. the four NEs are ASON NEs. you can check the TE link allocation in the OVPN Customer Information window on the lower left. gold services. Ltd. select a TE link and right-click Copy.

Table 1-58 provides the service planning information.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Figure 1-97 OVPN service requirements NE1 NE2 NE4 NE3 :ASON NE : LSP Board Configuration According to the service requirements. the NEs can be configured with the boards as shown in Figure 1-98. 1-214 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Figure 1-98 Board configuration of NE1 and NE3 Service Planning The OVPN services are planned according to the service requirements.

ensure that the TE link resources are already allocated for the OVPN customers. Ltd. enter the rerouting attributes of the trail. Step 2 Choose Create > ASON Trail. enter the following attributes: l Revetrive Mode: Revertive (Select Non-Revetrive if the silver service is a non-revertive service.) l Priority: 2 Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. For example. and the creation wizard is displayed. Select Scheduled revertive if the silver service is a scheduled revertive service. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. For example. 1-215 . Automatically Revertive Use existing trails whenever possible NOTE Before you create the OVPN services.. enter the basic information of the ASON trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Table 1-58 OVPN service planning Attribute Source NE Source board-port Source timeslot Sink NE Sink board-port Sink timeslot Protection class OVPN customer SNCP access Route constraint Rerouting attribute Revertive Mode Rerouting policy NE1<->NE3 NE1 13-SLQ1-3 1 NE3 13-SLQ1-3 1 Silver OVPN1 None The service route must pass NE2. Step 3 In Basic information. enter the following attributes: l Name: NE1-NE3-ASON-Trail-0003 l Type: ASON Trail l Class: Silver l Concatenation Type: Non-Concatenation l OVPN Customer: OVPN1 Step 4 In the Routing Attributes field.

right-click and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. Click OK. If the creation is successful. Step 6 Set the sink NE. In the right-hand topology. Step 11 Click Cancel to go back to the SDH ASON Trail Management window. Enter the filtering information in the Filter dialog box. the system prompts that the operation was successful. Then start the configuration again from Step 1. In the right-hand topology.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management l Lockout: Unlocked l WTR Time(s): 600 l Policy: Use existing trail whenever possible Step 5 Set the source NE. thus ensuring that the trails are in the Activate state. the U2000 issues a command for the NE to perform the automatic pre-calculation. select the 7-N2SL64-1. Every change of the route constraints. Click Apply. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. ----End 1. Step 9 Verify that the trail information and route restrictions are correctly entered. Step 8 Select the Activate check box to deliver the created trails to the NE side. NOTE To change the route restriction. Ltd. An example is provided as follows: l Domain: ASON 1-216 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the source/sink. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Repeat Steps 8 through 10 to set new route constraints. Step 10 Click Close. The TE link resources must be allocated for the OVPN customers. check whether the route constraints are proper and whether the link resources are sufficient. select one or multiple route restrictions from the Route Restriction pane. The selected route constraint is deleted. For example.. Step 2 Click Filter. Step 7 Optional: Click Pre-Calculate to pre-calculate the route.6 Querying the TE Link Resources of the OVPN Customers After the TE link resources are allocated for the OVPN customers. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. you can query the TE link resources of each OVPN customer. If the system prompts that the route calculation fails. double-click the sink NE and select a slot. You can see the detailed descriptions of the service. Click the Pre-Calculate Route tab to view the related route information. NOTE If you check the Automatic Pre-Calculate check box. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. port and timeslot from the dialog box displayed. or the protection type triggers an automatic pre-calculation.17. Click OK.

----End 1. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. 1-217 . Ltd. the NMS returns the information about the queried TE link resources of the OVPN customer.17. Step 3 Select the OVPN customer whose ASON services need to be queried. select Select OVPN Customer. Step 2 Click Filter. Click OK. In the Filter dialog box. you can query the ASON services of each OVPN customer. The ASON services must be created for the OVPN customers.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks l Source NE: All l Sink NE: All l OVPN Customer: OVPN1 Step 3 Click Filter. Then.. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu.7 Querying the Services of the OVPN Customers After the ASON services are created for the OVPN customers.

----End 1. 1-218 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and then use the U2000 to optimize the existing ASON network.1 Exporting Data from U2000 to MDS You can export ASON data from the U2000 to the MDS. and use the MDS to plan the existing ASON network according to the imported data.. Then. and use the MDS to plan the imported ASON data and work out the optimum solution. so we can use the OptiX Modeling and Design System (MDS) to optimize the network. You can import a better planning scheme to the U2000.2 Importing Data from MDS to U2000 You can use the MDS to plan ASON data.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 4 In the Filter dialog box.18. 1. import the data from the MDS to the U2000. use the U2000 to apply the settings to NEs to optimize the existing ASON network.1 Exporting Data from U2000 to MDS You can export ASON data from the U2000 to the MDS. Ltd.18.18 Importing and Exporting Data The existing ASON network may not be optimum. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 5 The NMS returns the query result. You can import the ASON data on the U2000 to the MDS. Click Yes in the dialog box that is displayed. click Filter All. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded to the U2000. 1. and use the MDS to plan the existing ASON network according to the imported data. 1.18. The license of the U2000 supports exporting data to the MDS.

The ASON information about the basic attributes and links of the U2000 before the data import to the U2000 must be the same as those before the data export to the MDS. NOTE The interaction files with the MDS is the txt script file. Step 7 A progress bar is displayed and a prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. The Import/Export Script File window is displayed. Step 5 Click OK and the new directory name appears in the Default File Directory in the Operation Directory List. Step 3 Select Export. Procedure Step 1 Choose Administration > Back Up/Restore NMS Data > Import/Export Script File from the main menu. Before the import. The license of the U2000 supports importing data from the MDS. Step 6 Click Apply and click OK in the Confirm dialog box. and then use the U2000 to optimize the existing ASON network. ASON NEs must be created and the NEs data must be uploaded to the U2000. NOTE The interaction files with the MDS is the txt script file. Step 4 Click Create File Directory and the Input window is displayed. Enter the directory name. Ltd. Step 3 Select Import. import the data from the MDS to the U2000.18.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure Step 1 Choose Administration > Back Up/Restore NMS Data > Import/Export Script File from the main menu. ----End 1.. The Import/Export Script File window is displayed. Step 2 Select TXT as the script format and select Network Modeling and Design Information File from the Script File Type drop-down list. Prerequisite l l l l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. 1-219 . Step 4 Click Refresh File Directory to keep the script file directory in the U2000 synchronized with the directory in the MDS.2 Importing Data from MDS to U2000 You can use the MDS to plan ASON data. Step 2 Select TXT as the script format and select Network Modeling and Design Information File from the Script File Type drop-down list. Step 8 Click Close. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The directory where the script files reside is displayed. the U2000 database must not be initialized.

19. Step 8 A progress bar is displayed and a prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. SDH ASON TE Link performance monitoring and control channel performance monitoring. monitor the control plane performance.19. SDH ASON trail performance monitoring. control link alarm. Follow the instructions as prompted and then click OK. TE link alarm. Ltd. 1. Users can enable the monitoring function if required so that they can discover and handle problems at the earliest time.2 Setting the Severity of Control Plane Alarm The control plane alarms consist of NE alarm.5 Suppressing Control Plane Alarm Events Users can suppress control plane alarms at the service layer if required. 1. 1.19. Users can suppress the specific control plane alarms as required. 1. The control plane performance monitor status defaults to be disabled. select the desired file.19. 1. to learn whether there are any faults on the control plane. 1-220 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 Setting the Auto-Report Status of the Control Plane Alarm The control plane alarms consist of NE alarm. In this manner. Step 10 Select ASON Trail Information in SDH DOMAIN and click OK. Step 7 Click Apply and the Confirm dialog boxes are displayed. 1. Step 9 Click Close and the Select an Option dialog box is displayed.6 Querying the Performance of the Control Plane Users can view the current and history performance data of the control plane.19. and control channel alarm. and set the control plane performance threshold based on actual requirements. Users can set the auto report status of the control plane alarms as required. set the autoreport status of the control plane performance. and control channel alarm. users can monitor the performance of the ASON Trail. ASON trail alarm. ----End 1. Click Close. you can query the current alarms or history alarms that specified trails generate on the control plane.7 Monitoring the Control Plane Performance The control plane performance monitoring involves SDH ASON NE performance monitoring. 1. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .19. Step 6 In the Import File List. control link alarm.. Users can set the severity of the control plane alarms as required. ASON trail alarm. and control channel alarm. TE link alarm.1 Querying Control Plane Alarms For maintenance purposes.4 Suppressing Control Plane Alarms The control plane alarms consist of NE alarm.19 Managing Control Plane Alarms and Performance Events Users can suppress the control plane alarms. Step 11 A progress bar is displayed and a prompt is displayed indicating that the operation is successful. control link alarm. TE link alarm. ASON trail alarm.19.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 5 Select the directory in the Default File Directory in the Operation Directory List.

SDH ASON TE Link performance monitoring. 1.19.2. ----End 1.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 1. the performance of every SDH ASON trail trail can be monitored. Prerequisite l l Issue 02 (2010-09-24) You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Step 2 In the Filter dialog box displayed. 1-221 . Set the performance threshold for every SDH ASON trail properly based on the requirements.2 Setting the Severity of Control Plane Alarm The control plane alarms consist of NE alarm. Step 3 In the option alarm tree. 1.. select all of the control Step 4 Click OK. Click Alarm dialog box displayed. Users can set the severity of the control plane alarms as required. click OK.2 Querying Network-Wide Alarms. The control plane performance monitoring involves SDH ASON NE performance monitoring. Procedure Step 1 To query networkwide alarms.19. In this way. Choose Fault > Browse Current Alarm from the main menu. and control channel alarm. NOTE You can choose other navigation path. the Select . control link alarm. select Alarm Name check box.19. . to learn whether there are any faults on the control plane. The performance is not reported automatically by default. SDH ASON trail performance monitoring. you can query the current alarms or history alarms that specified trails generate on the control plane.1 Querying Control Plane Alarms For maintenance purposes. The alarms generated on the control plane are then displayed in the alarm list. select Control Plane Alarms. TE link alarm. ASON trail alarm. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. Users can enable the auto-report function if required. see 2.19. click plane alarms. In the window for viewing the current alarms.8 Setting the Auto-Report Status of the Control Plane Performance Data The control plane performance is monitored on a 24-hour basis.9 Setting the Control Plane Performance Threshold When an NE detects that a certain performance value exceeds the specified threshold. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. click Filter. the NE reports a performance threshold crossing event. and control channel performance monitoring. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded. Ltd.

Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. and control channel alarm. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Alarm > Alarm Suppression and Severity.3 Setting the Auto-Report Status of the Control Plane Alarm The control plane alarms consist of NE alarm. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Alarm > Alarm Auto Reporting.4 Suppressing Control Plane Alarms The control plane alarms consist of NE alarm. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer.19.19. Step 4 Select the required event. click Query to view the severity of the current alarms. Ltd. Step 4 Click Apply to submit the alarm suppression setting. and control channel alarm. Users can set the auto report status of the control plane alarms as required. Step 2 Event names and corresponding auto reporting status displays in the right windows. Step 6 Optional: After the operation is complete. 1-222 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. set the auto report status of alarm to the default value. double-click Auto Reporting Status.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Context This section considers suppressing the NE alarms as an example to describe how to set the severity of control plane alarms. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded. Users can suppress the specific control plane alarms as required. control link alarm. Step 2 Click NE Alarm Suppression and Severity tab.. double-click Severity. ----End 1. Step 5 Click Default. click Query to view the suppression status of the current alarms. ASON trail alarm. control link alarm. Step 3 Select the required event. TE link alarm. and then choose Reported from the drop-down menu. Step 3 Event names. Step 5 Optional: Click Default. suppress status and severity displays in the right windows. ASON trail alarm. and then choose Critical from the drop-down menu. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . set the severity of alarm to the default value. ----End 1. TE link alarm. Step 6 Optional: After the operation is complete.

----End 1. Context This section considers suppressing the NE alarms as an example to describe how to suppress control plane alarms.19. choose Status. Procedure Step 1 In the NE Explorer. click Query to view the suppression status of the current alarms. ----End 1. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. and then choose Suppressed from the drop-down menu. Step 3 Double-click Suppression Status.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. NOTE In the case of OptiX OSN 9560.6 Querying the Performance of the Control Plane Users can view the current and history performance data of the control plane. click Alarm and then select Control Plane Alarm Suppression.. Step 2 Choose an ASON trail from the list. Step 5 Click Query to query the control plane alarm suppression status of the SDH ASON trail. Step 3 Double click Suppression Status in the ASON Trail Alarm Suppression interface. Step 4 Click Apply to activate the alarm suppression setting. Ltd. 1-223 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Alarm Suppression > NE Alarm Suppression Step 2 Event names and corresponding suppression status displays in the right windows. Step 4 Click Apply to submit the alarm suppression setting. and then choose Suppressed from the drop-down menu. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded.5 Suppressing Control Plane Alarm Events Users can suppress control plane alarms at the service layer if required.19. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded. In this manner. Step 5 Optional: After the operation is complete. users can monitor the performance of the ASON Trail.

Choose Performance > Browse Control Plane Performance from the main menu. 1. Optional: Click Performance Threshold-Crossing Record tab to view the data of the performance threshold crossing events. The performance filtering template is already saved. Users can enable the monitoring function if required so that they can discover and handle problems at the earliest time. ----End Click Query. The control plane performance monitor status defaults to be disabled. Optional: Click History Performance Data tab to view the history performance data. Optional: Click Filter by Template and select Open from the drop-down list. In the Open dialog box.. select a template for filtering performance data and click Open. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Optional: Choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > History Performance from the Function Tree to view the history performance data. This section considers enabling the NE monitoring function as an example to describe how to enable or disable monitoring of the control plane performance. Click Query.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. Certain performance events are filtered and you can view the performance. SDH ASON TE Link performance monitoring and control channel performance monitoring. 5. Procedure l Query the data on a network basis.7 Monitoring the Control Plane Performance The control plane performance monitoring involves SDH ASON NE performance monitoring. SDH ASON trail performance monitoring. 1. NOTE The performance filtering template is already saved. 4. Certain performance events are filtered and you can view the performance. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > Current Performance from the Function Tree to view the current performance data. 6. select a template for filtering performance data and click Open. l 1. NOTE Query the data on a station basis. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Ltd. 1-224 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 4. In the NE Explorer. In the Open dialog box. 3. 2. Optional: Click Filter by Template and select Open from the drop-down list. The NE Performance Monitoring Time is enabled. Click Current Performance Data tab to view the current performance data. 2. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded. 3.19.

Optional: Click Query to view the control plane monitoring status of ASON NE. Optional: Click Query to view the control plane monitoring status of ASON NE. Click Apply to submit the setting. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Click the SDH ASON NE tab. 2. Click the SDH ASON NE tab. l 1. 3. 3. and then choose Enabled from the drop-down menu. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > Auto-Reporting Status. and then choose Enabled from the drop-down menu. SDH ASON TE Link performance monitoring. 2. 1. Users can enable the auto-report function if required. ----End In the NE Explorer.. 1. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > Performance Monitor Status. SDH ASON trail performance monitoring. Double-click Auto-Reporting Status of the required performance event. options.8 Setting the Auto-Report Status of the Control Plane Performance Data The control plane performance is monitored on a 24-hour basis. 4. and control channel performance monitoring. 2. 1-225 . Double-click Monitoring Status of the required performance event. Procedure l In the case of NG SDH and OCS series equipment. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1. The control plane performance monitoring involves SDH ASON NE performance monitoring. 3. In the NE Explorer.19. In the NE Explorer. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > Monitor Status. In the case of OptiX OSN 9560. and then choose Enabled from the drop-down menu. Click Apply to submit the setting. Ltd. The performance is not reported automatically by default.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks Procedure l In the case of NG SDH and OCS series equipment. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Click Apply to submit the setting. Click the NE Performance Monitor Status tab. This section considers enabling the auto-report function as an example to describe how to enable or disable auto report of the control plane performance data. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded. Double-click Monitor Status of the required performance event. 4.

Click Apply to submit the setting. 1. In the SDH ASON Trail list on the interface.19. Double-click 24-Hour AutoReport of the required performance event. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) In the case of OptiX OSN 9560. select the desired SDH ASON trail. Click the NE Performance Monitor Status tab. In the NE Explorer.9 Setting the Control Plane Performance Threshold When an NE detects that a certain performance value exceeds the specified threshold. double-click the Threshold Value field of the SDH ASON trail. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the NE reports a performance threshold crossing event. Ltd. 5.1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 4. Optional: Click Query to query the control plane performance threshold of the SDH ASON trail. 1. 2. 4. In the case of OptiX OSN 9560. and then enter a new performance threshold value. 1. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > Performance Monitor Status. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE operator" authority or higher. Procedure l In the case of NG SDH and OCS series equipment. select the desired SDH ASON trail. and then choose Enabled from the dropdown menu. l Optional: Click Query to view the auto-report status of the control plane of the ASON NE. l In the NE Explorer. In the list. Set the performance threshold for every SDH ASON trail properly based on the requirements. 2. 3. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > Performance Threshold. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > SDH Performance Threshold. 2. 1.. 4. In this way. the performance of every SDH ASON trail trail can be monitored. ----End Click Apply to submit the setting. In the NE Explorer. Optional: Click Query to view the auto-report status of the control plane of the ASON NE. 1-226 . 3. In the SDH ASON Trail list on the interface. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded.

. 5. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Click Apply to submit the setting. 1-227 . 4. and then enter a new performance threshold value. Optional: Click Query to query the control plane performance threshold of the SDH ASON trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 1 Configuring SDH ASON Networks 3. Ltd. ----End In the list. double-click the Threshold Value field of the SDH ASON trail.

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2. Rectifying the resource anomalies in real time can help to improve the network resources utilization rate.1 Precautions for Routine Maintenance The precautions for routine maintenance of an ASON network are described. and ensure healthy operation of the network all the time. This chapter focuses on the routine maintenance of the ASON control plane. promote the service survivability.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network About This Chapter The routine maintenance for an ASON network involves service monitoring and resource monitoring. refer to the following documents. 2-1 . The purpose of routine maintenance is to find and solve problems in time. Then. Ltd. discover the bottleneck of the network resources in advance. l l l l l l OptiX OSN 9500 Intelligent Optical Switching System Routine Maintenance OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System Routine Maintenance OptiX OSN 3500 Intelligent Optical Transmission System Routine Maintenance OptiX OSN 3500 II Intelligent Optical Transmission System Routine Maintenance OptiX OSN 2500 Intelligent Optical Transmission System Routine Maintenance OptiX OSN 1500 Intelligent Optical Transmission System Routine Maintenance 2. the maintenance personnel can determine the rectification measures based on the characteristics of the fault and the current service status.2 Routine Maintenance Items The normal running of an ASON network depends on effective routine maintenance. Service monitoring enables maintenance personnel to determine the affected scope at the earliest time when a fault occurs on the network. take capacity expansion measures promptly. Resource monitoring enables maintenance personnel eliminate potential faults on the network in real time and thus eliminate the severe potential risks in routine maintenance. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. For the routine maintenance of the transport plane. the maintenance personnel can determine the health status of the services promptly and minimize the impact on the services. In this manner.

2-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. first transfer the ASON services to other ASON trails.1 Precautions for Routine Maintenance The precautions for routine maintenance of an ASON network are described. If the optical port has no services. Hence. Do not reset the SCC board when there are ASON services being created. make sure that there is no rerouting or any other manual operation on ASON services. lock the ASON trail that pass the optical port by setting the Rerouting Lockout attribute of the trail to Locked. If the optical port has no actual services. transfer the ASON service to another trail. Ltd. Looping Back Optical Port When fiber jumpers are used to loopback an optical port that has ASON services. CAUTION Do not reset the SCC board when there are ASON services being created. or rerouted. or rerouted. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . deleted. lock the ASON trails that pass the optical port by setting the Rerouting Lockout attribute of the trails to Locked. If the optical port has no service. Before you replace an SCC board. Replacing and Resetting the SCC Board The ASON software runs on the SCC board and saves network data in real time. CAUTION l Do not frequently insert or remove fibers at an optical port that has TE links.2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2.. Switching off Laser Before switching off the laser at an optical port with an ASON service. the NE cannot run normally if the SCC board is absent for a long time. deleted. CAUTION Do not frequently switch on or switch off the laser at an optical port that has a TE link. transfer the ASON services to other trails. Inserting or Removing Fibers Before inserting or removing fibers at an optical port with ASON services. lock out the ASON trails that pass the optical port by setting the Rerouting Lockout attribute of the trails to Locked. l Do not remove or insert fibers on an optical port with services running.

check the number of TE links in the entire network. 2. 2-3 . however.2.2. 2. 2. a network maintainer can quickly view the specific performance events of specific NEs when the maintainer enables the performance monitoring next time.1 Periodically Refreshing the ASON information Every time an ASON NE is rerouted. you need to query abnormal events to check the running status of the network. the service route and link information change. In this manner. When the U2000 is shut down.9 Querying Abnormal ASON Events During routine maintenance.2..3 Querying ASON Trail Alarms For maintenance purposes. Then. you can query the current alarms or history alarms of a TE link to learn the failures of an ASON network. The purpose of routine maintenance is to find and solve problems in time. to learn whether there are any faults on the control plane. 2. check the remaining resources of each TE Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.7 Creating a Performance Filtering Template By creating and modifying performance filtering template. 2.5 Querying Control Link Alarms For maintenance purposes. you must periodically check the running status of ASON trails to check whether the trail attributes are changed and to ensure the normal running of the trails. 2.11 Checking TE Links During routine maintenance. it cannot monitor the ASON software and the continuity for monitoring the ASON software is affected.2.8 Querying the Performance of the Control Plane Users can view the current and history performance data of the control plane. 2.2. to learn whether the control link is faulty.10 Checking the Running Status of ASON Trails During routine maintenance.2. 2.2. 2.6 Querying TE Link Alarms For maintenance purposes.2 Querying Network-Wide Alarms You can query the NE alarms in the entire network to find abnormal alarms timely. 2. you can query the current alarms or history alarms of a control link. you need to know the resource utilizations of TE links. you can query the current alarms or history alarms of a specified ASON trail to learn the failures of an ASON network. 2.2 Routine Maintenance Items The normal running of an ASON network depends on effective routine maintenance.2. You need to periodically refresh the ASON information to keep consistency between the data on the U2000 and the data on the NE. users can monitor the performance of the ASON Trail.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network Precautions for Maintaining the U2000 System Do not exit the U2000 when it is normally running. though this operation does not interrupt the network services.2.2.2.4 Querying Control Plane Alarms For maintenance purposes. You also need to make sure that the U2000 computer is secure and not damaged. 2. you can query the current alarms or history alarms that specified trails generate on the control plane. First. Ltd.

and ASON trail route information. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher.2 Querying Network-Wide Alarms You can query the NE alarms in the entire network to find abnormal alarms timely. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE maintainer" authority or higher. Background Information You can choose the information that you want to refresh periodically. Step 5 Optional: Double-click the scheduled task to modify the parameters of the task. Step 3 Select the task whose Task Type is Refresh ASON Information. Step 4 Select the Run At Once in the shortcut menu. Click Next. 2. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .2. the service route and link information change. you need to check the number and status of control links. And you can view the parameters in the list to know the running status.2. rerouting attributes. and information of preset restoration trail. select the Run Type and enter the task name.12 Checking Control Links During routine maintenance. 3. SLA compliant. Procedure Step 1 Choose Administration > Task Schedule > Task Management from the main menu. The ASON trail status includes ASON trail channel status. ASON trail status. 2.1 Periodically Refreshing the ASON information Every time an ASON NE is rerouted.13 Checking the Activation Status of ASON Services The activation status of ASON services should be periodically checked to ensure the normal running of ASON services. Click Next. ----End 2. You need to periodically refresh the ASON information to keep consistency between the data on the U2000 and the data on the NE.2.2. 2-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1. 2. The number of TE links should be consistent with the number of TE links that are actually used. Set the task type to Refresh ASON Information. 4. A scheduled task is successfully created. Set the Time Setting or the Period Setting. Ltd.2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management link. 2. which includes TE link information. Select the information that you want to refresh periodically and click Finish. information of associated services. Click New and the New Task is displayed.. The remaining resources of the TE links on two adjacent nodes on one fiber should be the same. Step 2 Create a task to periodically refresh the ASON information.

The Networkwide Critical Alarm window is displayed. TU_AIS l B2_EXC. B2_SD. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If there is a block outside the circle that indicates the alarm indicator. Procedure Step 1 Click (red) at the upper right of the U2000 user interface to view the network-wide critical alarms. you can view the detailed information of the affected original route. the alarm is not acknowledged.3 Querying ASON Trail Alarms For maintenance purposes. In the SDH ASON Trail Management window displayed. B3_EXC l POWER_ABNORMAL l APS_INDI l TEMP_OVER l TPS_ALM (yellow) at the upper right of the U2000 user interface to view the networkwide Step 3 Click minor alarms. B1_SD. ----End 2. The major alarms that require high attention include the following: l MS_AIS. The minor alarms that require high attention include the following: l B1_EXC. The critical alarms that require high attention include the following: l R_LOS l R_LOF l EXT_SYNC_LOS l HARD_BAD l SUBCARD_ABN l NESTATE_INSTALL NOTE It is recommended to keep this window open during alarm monitoring. HP_RDI l J0_MM Step 4 Optional: Right-click an ASON-related alarm and choose Alarm-Affected Original Route from the shortcut menu. Ltd. 2-5 . Step 2 Click (orange) at the upper right of the U2000 user interface to view the networkwide major alarms..iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network Background Information l l The numeral on the right of the indicator indicates the number of current critical alarms in the entire network.2. you can query the current alarms or history alarms of a specified ASON trail to learn the failures of an ASON network. B3_SD l MS_RDI.

click Filter. the Browse Alarm-Affected ASON Trail shortcut menu item is available only if the alarm affects an SDH ASON trail. NOTE When you right-click an alarm. Step 6 Optional: Right-click an alarm related to a TE link. you can view the information of the affected original route. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. select an ASON trail and click Alarms. NOTE You can choose other navigation path. An ASON trail must be created. In the window for viewing the current alarms. In the SDH ASON Trail Management window displayed. NOTE When you right-click an alarm.2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. Choose History Alarms from the drop-down menu. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. you can view the information of the affected TE link. Step 5 Optional: Right-click an alarm related to an ASON trail.2 Querying Network-Wide Alarms.2. see 2. In the SDH ASON Trail Management window displayed. and choose Browse Alarm-Affected TE Link from the shortcut menu. Choose Fault > Browse Current Alarm from the main menu. to learn whether there are any faults on the control plane. the Browse Alarm-Affected TE Link shortcut menu item is available only if the alarm affects a TE link.4 Querying Control Plane Alarms For maintenance purposes. Choose Current Alarms from the dropdown menu.2. Ltd. and choose Browse Alarm-Affected ASON Trail from the shortcut menu. Step 2 In the trail list. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . The current alarms of the ASON trial are displayed in a new window. Step 4 Optional: Right-click an ASON-related alarm and choose Browse Alarm-Affected Original Route from the shortcut menu. select an ASON trail and click Alarms. The history alarms of the ASON trail are displayed in a new window. Procedure Step 1 To query networkwide alarms. you can view the information of the affected ASON trail. you can query the current alarms or history alarms that specified trails generate on the control plane. In the SDH TE Link Management window displayed. ----End 2. 2-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Optional: In the trail list..

The currents alarms of the control link are then displayed in a new window. 2-7 . Step 3 In the option alarm tree. Choose History Alarms from the drop-down menu. click OK.2. Ltd. you can query the current alarms or history alarms of a control link. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. Choose Current Alarms from the drop-down menu. Step 4 The current alarms of the TE link are displayed in a new window. you can query the current alarms or history alarms of a TE link to learn the failures of an ASON network. Click Alarm dialog box displayed. Step 2 In the control link list. select Control Plane Alarms.6 Querying TE Link Alarms For maintenance purposes. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ----End 2.. Prerequisite l l You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. Choose Current Alarms from the drop-down menu. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Control Link Management from the main menu. select all of the control Step 4 Click OK. select a control link and click Alarms. click plane alarms. select a TE link and click Alarms. select Alarm Name check box.5 Querying Control Link Alarms For maintenance purposes. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. A TE link must be created. select a control link and click Alarms. Step 3 Optional: In the link list.2. Choose History Alarms from the drop-down menu. select a TE link and click Alarms. . The history alarms of the control link are then displayed in a new window. Step 3 Optional: In the control link list.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network Step 2 In the Filter dialog box displayed. The alarms generated on the control plane are then displayed in the alarm list. to learn whether the control link is faulty. the Select . ----End 2. Step 2 In the link list.

the history alarms of the TE link are displayed. Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher.2. In this manner. from the drop-down list. Step 3 In the Enter the Name dialog box. select Save from the drop-down list. Step 2 On the lower portion of the window for viewing performance. the name of the current template is displayed next to the window title. select one or more NEs or boards on NEs. and viewing the control panel performance. a network maintainer can quickly view the specific performance events of specific NEs when the maintainer enables the performance monitoring next time. NOTE l After the template is saved. An ASON NE must be created and the NE data must be uploaded.. the filtering parameters in only the current window are saved. users can monitor the performance of the ASON Trail. 2-8 Choose Performance > Browse Control Plane Performance from the main menu. The NE Performance Monitoring Time is enabled. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure l Query the data on a network basis. 1. ----End 2. The template needs not to be renamed.2. l When you save the template. enter the template name and click OK. Procedure Step 1 In the Object Tree on the left of the window for viewing performance. l When you modify the original template. In filter criteria area of the table on the right of the window.8 Querying the Performance of the Control Plane Users can view the current and history performance data of the control plane. Ltd.7 Creating a Performance Filtering Template By creating and modifying performance filtering template. click Filter by Template and select Save. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher.2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management If you choose History Alarms from the drop-down menu. Context The Filter by Template function involves the following windows: viewing the SDH performance. viewing the WDM performance. set parameters for filtering performance events. ----End 2.

Optional: Click Filter by Template and select Open from the drop-down list. 3. 4. 6. 3. select a template for filtering performance data and click Open. 5. Click Query. The performance filtering template is already saved. Click Current Performance Data tab to view the current performance data. 2. ----End Click Query. click the NE and then choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > Current Performance from the Function Tree to view the current performance data.9 Querying Abnormal ASON Events During routine maintenance.. Optional: Click History Performance Data tab to view the history performance data.2. Optional: Click Performance Threshold-Crossing Record tab to view the data of the performance threshold crossing events.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network 2. 2. In the Open dialog box. NOTE The performance filtering template is already saved. Certain performance events are filtered and you can view the performance. select a template for filtering performance data and click Open. In the NE Explorer. NOTE Query the data on a station basis. Background Information The following events require high attention: l l l l l l Failed iron trial restoration event ASON trail deletion event on failed restoration. Certain performance events are filtered and you can view the performance. Failed ASON trial restoration event ASON trail rerouting event ASON trial downgrade event Control channel down event Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2-9 . In the Open dialog box. Optional: Click Filter by Template and select Open from the drop-down list. l 1. Ltd. you need to query abnormal events to check the running status of the network. Optional: Choose ASON > Control Plane Performance > History Performance from the Function Tree to view the history performance data. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. 4.

Type and Generated Time of the desired events. 2. Step 5 Click Save as to save the records to the specified path.10 Checking the Running Status of ASON Trails During routine maintenance. set the Event name. 2-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Hence. After MS switching. you must periodically check the running status of ASON trails to check whether the trail attributes are changed and to ensure the normal running of the trails. all of the records that fit the filter restriction is displayed. The ASON trail reroutes. behind the Event name textbox. The ASON trail fails to reroute.2. the Filter dialog box is displayed. it is deleted. in the displayed Step 3 Click the Event Source tab. Ltd. Procedure Step 1 Click Fault > Browse Event in the main manual. click the Select Event dialog box. Step 4 Click OK. ----End Result The list displays the detailed information of some abnormal events. view abnormal events periodically. Severity. you can filter the events by object or by type. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher.2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management CAUTION Viewing abnormal events is important for maintaining an ASON network. the iron service fails to be restored. NOTE Check the Event name check box. you can also enter the remarks contained by the events if necessary.. After the revertive ASON trail fails to revert. select the events desired. Table 2-1 Abnormal Events List Item Failed ASON Trail Restoration Event ASON Trail Deletion Event upon Failed Restoration Failed Iron Service Restoration Event ASON Trail Rerouting Event Failed ASON Trail Rerouting Event Description The revertive ASON trail fails to revert. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Step 2 Select Basic Settings tab in the Filter dialog box.

2-11 . Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. In the trail list. 4. handle it immediately. l Click OK. 2. 2. right-click the ASON trails that you want to view and choose Details from the shortcut menu. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. – Activation Status: Active is the normal status. Perform the following steps to check the running status of all ASON trails in the NE Explorer: 1. With this node as the intermediate node. Select a query mode in Query ASON Trail. ----End Click Query. which are With this node as source. In the NE Explorer. 3. check the status of the selected ASON trails. – Control Plane Alarm Status: If there is any alarm. NOTE There are four query modes. select an NE and choose ASON > ASON Trail from the Function Tree. In the dialog box displayed. 3. and Passing through this node. With this node as sink. Ltd.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network Procedure l Perform the following steps to check the running status of all ASON trails on the topology: 1..

. the information in the list is refreshed. Click Synchronize. 5. NOTE There are four bandwidth units. select an NE and choose ASON > Link Management Protocol from the Function Tree. The remaining resources of the TE links on two adjacent nodes on one fiber should be the same. 3. you need to know the resource utilizations of TE links. In the NE Explorer. Ltd.2. handle it immediately. VC12. – Control Plane Alarm Status: If there is any alarm. Perform the following steps to view the LMP protocol status of TE links in the NE Explorer: 1. choose Domain. 2. l Perform the following steps to view the OSPF protocol status of TE links in the NE Explorer: 1. Click the OSPF TE Link or OSPF Component Link tab. Click the LMP TE Link or LMP Component Link tab. 2. check the remaining resources of each TE link. 3. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. In the NE Explorer. ----End 2-12 Click Query. and Downgrade Type of each TE link. 4. The number of TE links should be consistent with the number of TE links that are actually used. select an NE and choose ASON > OSPF Protocol Management from the Function Tree. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . Then. l Optional: You can view the Total Resource Usage of multiple links at the bottom of the TE Link group box. Click Synchronize. the tabs is OSPF SDH TE link or OSPF Component Link. First. In the Synchronize dialog box displayed. NOTE For OptiX OSN 9560. Refer to the Total at the bottom of the TE Link group box to learn the number of TE links. 2.2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2. View the . Bandwidth Usage. 4. – Bandwidth Usage: Displays the utilization of the bandwidth resources. VC3. Procedure l Perform the following steps to check all the TE links on the topology: 1. 3. check the number of TE links in the entire network. Optional: Select a desired unit in Bandwidth Units. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > TE Link Management from the main menu. and kbit/s. Click Query. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. The information is displayed in different colors according to the value of the Threshold field. which are VC4.11 Checking TE Links During routine maintenance. – Downgrade Type: Normal indicates that the TE link is not downgraded.

click Query. Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher.12 Checking Control Links During routine maintenance.13 Checking the Activation Status of ASON Services The activation status of ASON services should be periodically checked to ensure the normal running of ASON services. 2. 3. ----End 2. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Control Link Management from the main menu. In the NE Explorer. 3. 2-13 . To query the status and number of control links on the NE. Click the OSPF Control Link tab.2. The information in the list is refreshed.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network 2. l Perform the following steps to query the status of control links on a single NE: 1. View the status of control links in the list. Click Synchronize. Ltd.. select an NE and choose ASON > OSPF Protocol Management from the Function Tree. you need to check the number and status of control links. 2.2. You can also view the number of control links in the entire network. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure l Perform the following steps to query the status and number of control links in the entire network: 1.

1. Select the Query ASON Trail dropdown list in the ASON Signaling Maintenance tab. Right-click the service to choose Upgrade to ASON. 3. Right-click the service to choose Downgrade ASON Signaling. Click Filter in SDH ASON Trail Management. view the sink node of the service. and thus the service is converted to a traditional service. Choose Service > SDH Trail > Manage SDH Trail from the main menu. If the service exists in SDH Trail Management. Select the proper service attribute in the displayed Upgrade to ASON window. 2. the upgrade is complete.. Open the NE Explorer of the sink node. 4. and then delete the service. and then click Query to check view the inactive ASON service. Then. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. Choose Service > SDH Trail > Search for SDH Trail from the main menu. 5. Choose ASON > Advanced Maintenance from the Function Tree. and then click OK. perform the following steps. 6. ----End 2-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The trail search is complete. Step 3 If an inactive ASON service exists. Ltd. Step 2 Select Inactive from Filter to filter all the inactive ASON services. downgrade the service from the sink node. Search the trail. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . delete the service.2 Routine Maintenance for an ASON Network iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Prerequisite You must be an NM user with "NE monitor" authority or higher. In SDH ASON Trail Management. Thus. View the searched traditional service. Select With this node as sink in the dropdown list.

.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3 Handling ASON Network Failures 3 Handling ASON Network Failures About This Chapter By using the U2000. 3-1 . 3. 3. service creation failure. or the NE is in the installation status. component link failure.4 Disaster Recovery If the dual SCC boards of an NE becomes faulty.2 Handling the Failure in Creating Trails Causes for the trail creation failure are various. such as the link fault. you can restore the data on the NE in the ASON NE recovery wizard. you can handle the common faults of an ASON network.3 Handling Trail Interruption Causes for the trail interruption are various.1 Handling Link Failures Link failure contains control channel failure. service interruption and NE database fault. 3. and TE link failure. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. or the database of the NE is lost. Ltd. 3.

NOTE Only the DCC of the optical interface that does not require ECC communication can be shut down. 3-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 Handling Impassable TE Links Only when control channels between adjacent nodes are available in an ASON network can TE links be checked. it indicates that the status of the TE link is normal before. 3.1. No DCC is allocated to the optical interface. The LMP protocol of the optical interface is manually disabled. The control channels inside fibers use D4-D12 bytes to transmit the check information. If no DCC is allocated to the optical interface.2 Handling Impassable Component Links Only when control channels between adjacent nodes are available in an ASON network.1 Handling Link Failures Link failure contains control channel failure. l l l l l l The opposite NE is a traditional NE. shut down the DCC of the optical interface that does not require ECC communication. the control channel of the local NE is not passable. The board is not in position. The ECC is not passable because of bit errors. If the state of the protocol at the optical interface is Disabled.1 Handling Impassable Control Channels Control channels are classified into control channels inside and outside fibers. Ltd. Step 3 Check DCC state of the optical interface. Enable the LMP protocol at the optical interface again. The control channels outside fibers are seldom used. Common Causes for Impassable Control Channels Possible causes for impassable control channels are listed below. Procedure Step 1 Check the type of the opposite NE. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) . component link failure. 3. it indicates that the LMP protocol is manually disabled.1 Handling Impassable Control Channels Control channels are classified into control channels inside and outside fibers. 3. If the opposite NE is a traditional NE. 3. 3.4 Handling Downgraded TE Links If a TE link is downgraded.3 Handling ASON Network Failures iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3. Step 2 Check the state of the LMP protocol at the optical interface. Alarms such as R_LOS or R_LOF are raised at the optical interface.1. can component links be verified. The control channels inside fibers use D4-D12 bytes to transmit the check information. The control channels outside fibers are seldom used.1.1.. and TE link failure. Make sure that ECC communication is not necessary for the optical interface before shutting down the DCC.1.

. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Then enable LMP of the optical interfaces at the two ends of the control channel. Step 7 Disable LMP of the optical interfaces at the two ends of the control channel. The board software does not match with the NE software. Logical boards do not match physical boards.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3 Handling ASON Network Failures Step 4 Check the bit errors of the optical interface. Common Causes for Impassable Component Links Common causes for impassable component links are listed below. l l l Control channels are not passable. Procedure Step 1 Check the status of the control channel between the remote and local ends. add new logical boards or replace the physical boards.1.1. If there is any bit error. ----End 3. ----End 3. Ltd. remove it and then insert it again. If there are alarms such as R_LOS and R_LOF. Logical boards are not added.2 Handling Impassable Component Links Only when control channels between adjacent nodes are available in an ASON network. can component links be verified.3 Handling Impassable TE Links Only when control channels between adjacent nodes are available in an ASON network can TE links be checked. Step 6 Check the state of the physical board. replace it. If the control channel is not passable. clear them. troubleshoot the fault. l l If the physical board is not in position. Physical fibers are improperly connected. Step 5 Check the alarms at the optical interface. Step 2 Check whether the logical boards and physical boards at the remote and local ends are consistent. 3-3 . Add the logical board correctly. If logical boards do not match physical boards. Common Causes for Impassable TE Links Common causes for impassable TE links are listed as follows: l l l Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Control channels are impassable. clear the alarms. If the physical board is faulty.

2. disable and enable the LMP protocol.1. Step 3 Check whether physical fibers are improperly connected. Step 2 Check the NE software and the board software. the query result shows that the TE link is not downgraded. ----End 3. Step 2 If you encounter the following problems.1 Handling the Failure of Route Computation If the route computation fails during the ASON service creation.2 Handling the Failure in Creating Trails Causes for the trail creation failure are various. If the physical fibers are improperly connected.. an error message is displayed on the U2000. the query result shows that the TE link is downgraded. ----End 3. 3. 3.2.4 Handling Downgraded TE Links If a TE link is downgraded. an error message is displayed on the U2000. Ltd.2. Procedure Step 1 Remove the fault of the control channel. change all services that pass through the node to other trails and.1 Handling Impassable Control Channels to rectify the fault on the control channel.3 Handling the Failure in Creating Services in Batches 3-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 4 When you upgrade a pass-through node to an ASON node. perform a soft reset on the SCC to remove the fault. on the sources and sinks of the services and on this node. connect the fibers again. 3. load the board software again. see 3. it indicates that the status of the TE link is normal before. l l The control channel is down. The communication between the NE software and the board software is abnormal. If the control channel is not passable.2 Handling the Failure to Allocate Labels If label allocation fails during ASON service creation. l If you query from the SDH TE Link Management interface. If the NE software does not match with the board software. find the board software that is mapped with the NE software. Common Causes for Downgraded TE Links Common causes for downgraded TE links are listed as follows.3 Handling ASON Network Failures iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Procedure Step 1 Check the status of the control channel between the remote and the local nodes.1. l If you query from the NE Explorer interface. According to the mapping table. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .

If not. the non-protection resource of the TE link is not sufficient. – When you create a diamond service. release the designated link. The explicit nodes are not specified in a correct manner. the explicit link has no non-protection resources. – When you create a copper service. the system still returns a failure message after a rerouting is performed. – When you create a copper service. l l The explicit timeslot has been reserved. – When you create a diamond service. l The explicit links are not specified in a correct manner. the explicit link has no non-protection resources. If an explicit timeslot is reserved. Step 4 Check the reservation of explicit timeslots. add some resource and then create the ASON service. l The network resource is insufficient. – When you create an iron service. Step 3 Check the reservation state of the designated link. an error is reported. the non-protection resource of the TE link is not sufficient. the explicit link only has protection resources. the explicit link only has working resources. Step 5 Check whether the explicit nodes are arranged in the expected sequence. – When you create a gold service. specify multiple explicit nodes in the sequence you want. Step 2 Check the utilization of the network resource. – When you create a silver service. If the value of CrankBack is not 0. the non-protection resource of the TE link is not sufficient. Common Causes for Route Computation Common causes for the route computation are listed as follows.. Step 6 If the designated node does not have resources. the explicit link has no non-protection resources. Procedure Step 1 Check the CrankBack attempts. the working and non-protection resources of the TE link are not sufficient. Ltd. specify another explicit timeslot.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3 Handling ASON Network Failures You can create ASON services in batches. If the designated link does not have available resources. release the designated node.2. – When you create a silver service. – When you create a gold service. In this case. 3.1 Handling the Failure of Route Computation If the route computation fails during the ASON service creation. ----End Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If the network resource is not sufficient. It is recommended that you set the Crankback to 0. an error message is displayed on the U2000. 3-5 . – When you create an iron service. the protection and non-protection resources of the TE link are not sufficient.

----End 3.3 Handling the Failure in Creating Services in Batches You can create ASON services in batches. 3. Ltd. Click Filter All. click Secondary Filter. the synchronized attributes for the ASON trails are consistent with the synchronization attributes that you set in the Synchronize window. Common Causes for the Failure to Allocate Labels Common causes for the failure to allocate labels are listed below. If an explicit timeslot is reserved. 4. The timeslot is reserved at a single end.3 Handling ASON Network Failures iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3. Step 2 Check the reservation of explicit timeslots. 1. NOTE l If you need to filter all the ASON trails. right-click and choose Synchronize from the shortcut menu to synchronize the selected ASON trails. 3-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NOTE l Attributes: basic information. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Trail Management from the main menu. in the Synchronize dialog box displayed. working state.2. Select the ASON domain that requires synchronization of cross-connection of NEs. Incremental Filter or Secondary Filter. specify another explicit timeslot. At this time. an error message is displayed on the U2000. set the Domain and Attributes. click Incremental Filter. Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > ASON Topology Management from the main menu.2. rerouting attributes and associated services. Procedure Step 1 Synchronize the cross-connection of the NE.2 Handling the Failure to Allocate Labels If label allocation fails during ASON service creation. SLA-compliant. l If you need to add to the list more ASON trails that match the requirement. l You can also select one or more ASON trails. 2. The Filter dialog box is displayed. click Filter All. l l The timeslot states are not consistent.. l If you need to filter the ASON trails in the list. Right-click all these NEs and choose Synchronize NE Cross-Connection. Click Synchronize. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) .

3. ----End 3. Step 2 After the previous batch service creation or the service optimization is complete. Procedure Step 1 Check the network resources.1 Determining Interrupted Services You need to determine the interrupted services before restoring the services. Prerequisite One or more services are interrupted. You should re-create traditional SDH trails to avoid faulty trails and restore the trails.3 Handling Trail Interruption Causes for the trail interruption are various. check if the previous batch creation of services is complete. The batch creation involves too many services. make another attempt to create the services in a batch.. 3.3. create less number of services in a batch. If the network resources are sufficient. 2. Query alarms and check which trails are interrupted. collect the related data to find out the cause and handle the fault. Optimize the service trails to avoid the fault trails and restore the services. 3. The previous batch creation or optimization of services is still in progress. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. 1. Step 2 Choose Fault > Browse Current Alarm from the main menu.3.2 Troubleshooting Interruption of Services After determining the interrupted services. l l l Sufficient resources are not available.3. Then record the information about the source and sink ports for the interrupted trails. Synchronize the network-wide alarms. delete the service. Procedure Step 1 Choose Fault > Synchronize Networkwide Alarms from the main menu. 3. you can restore them.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3 Handling ASON Network Failures Common causes for the failure to create services in batch The batch creation of services fail due to the following causes.1 Determining Interrupted Services You need to determine the interrupted services before restoring the services. 3-7 . 4. If the optimization fails . After services are restored. l l If the network resources are not sufficient. You must consider the following guidelines to troubleshoot trails interruption.

Prerequisite l l l You must be an NM user with "NM maintainer" authority or higher. faulty boards. you can restore them. 2. If the activation succeeds. If the activation state is Inactive. proceed to the next step. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Check whether the boards that used for adding and dropping this service are in position. According to the recorded information on the faulty services. Step 2 If the activation state of the interrupted service is Active. or the NE is in the installation status. ----End 3. you can restore the data on the NE in the ASON NE recovery wizard. the fault is rectified. The hardware of the NE to be recovered is in the normal state. Right-click the interrupted service to choose Force to Deactivate. Select the interrupted service. and then click Maintenance to choose Optimize Route. Otherwise.1. Right-click the interrupted service to choose Deactivate. proceed to the next step. IP address. do as follows: 1..2 Troubleshooting Interruption of Services After determining the interrupted services. check the interrupted ASON trails. proceed to the next step. including dual control boards. Step 4 Search the CP_SER_IN alarm in these alarms. If the deactivation fails. Prerequisite Services are interrupted. Optimize this service to other trails. the fault is rectified.3 Handling Impassable TE Links for management. If the optimization fails. Right-click the interrupted service to choose Activate. Thus. Ltd. refer to 3. click OK. The settings such as NE ID.3. check whether the TE link is interrupted. and ASON node ID must be the same as those before the fault occurs. 4. Procedure Step 1 In SDH ASON Trail Management. If not. 3. or the database of the NE is lost. Step 5 Right-click the CP_SER_IN to choose Alarm-Affected ASON Trail. If the optimization succeeds. Issue 02 (2010-09-24) 3-8 . ----End 3.3 Handling ASON Network Failures iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management Step 3 The dialog box is displayed. The SDH ASON Trail Management is displayed. and optical fiber connections. If the activation fails. insert the boards well. create the traditional SDH service for service restoration. check Activation Status of the interrupted services.4 Disaster Recovery If the dual SCC boards of an NE becomes faulty. browse all of the alarms. Log in to the U2000 in single user mode. If the TE link is interrupted. proceed to the next step.

Do not restart the U2000 after the NE failed. Otherwise. Step 5 After the NE data restoration is complete. Click Next. click OK. Click Close. Certain services may fail to be restored. Step 3 Please select the NE to be recovered from the NE list. the NE or the service may become abnormal. such as static service and the multiplex section. Do not use this function on a normal NE. All of the ASON NEs in the ASON domain to which the faulty NE belongs must support the function. Then. Restore these services manually. The ASON feature at the NE side of the NE to be recovered is disabled. the ASON NE Recovery Wizard-Step dialog box is displayed. you do not need to download the NE data separately. After you confirm that the information is correct.iManager U2000 Unified Network Management System Operation Guide for SDH ASON Network Management 3 Handling ASON Network Failures l The communication between the U2000 and the NE to be recovered. and the communication between the U2000 and the other ASON NEs in the ASON domain are in the normal state. and the NE cannot start. click Next. OptiX OSN 9560 cannot support disaster recovery. If not. otherwise some data would not recover. l l l l l This function is applicable only to the fault recovery when a single SDH ASON NE database fails or the dual control boards fail. Step 2 Read the Function Description of the wizard carefully. Step 4 Check whether the information of the NE to be restored is correct. this wizard also recovers the traditional data. the Prompt dialog box is displayed indicating that the data restoration is successful. Step 6 Check for the restoration result. Ltd.. Step 7 In the displayed Prompt dialog box. 3-9 . and then click Next. Procedure Step 1 Choose Configuration > SDH ASON > Recover ASON NE from the main menu. ----End Issue 02 (2010-09-24) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Click OK. NOTE It is recommended that you synchronize the data of the entire network after the NE data is restored successfully. The data that is not synchronized to the U2000 before the fault occurs cannot be recovered. l l Precautions When recovering the ASON trail. click back to modify the information. In this case.