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Section 1. Product Overview Module 1. 1350 OMS Overview Module 2. 1350 OMS WDM Overview Section 2. Graphical Interface Module 1. Web Portal Module 2. Multi Service GUI Module 3. 1350 OMS MAP version 2.0 Section 3. Network Management Module 1. Network Element Management Section 4. Link, Cross and Inconsistent Connections Module 1. Link Connections Module 2. Cross Connections Module 3. Inconsistent Connections Section 5. WDM Connection Management Module 1. Physical Connections Module 2. Path and Trail Connections Module 3. Optical Transport Services Section 6. Wavelength Tracker (WLT) Module 1. WLT Concepts Section 7. Commissioning and Power Balancing (CPB) Module 1. CPB Concepts Section 8. Fault Management Module 1. 1350 OMS Alarm Management Module 2. WDM Alarm Management Section 9. Performance Monitoring (PM) Module 1. PM Management

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Welcome to 1350 OMS WDM R 9.5 Operation

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Comprehend the 1350 OMS WDM application topology Navigate the 1350 OMS WDM Graphical User Interface Manipulate WDM physical and logical connections Identify Link, Cross, and Inconsistent connection concepts Determine Physical, Path and Trail requirements Determine Transport Services requirements Identify Wavelength Tracker concepts Perform Commissioning and Power Balancing Perform Fault Management

10. Determine Performance Monitoring requirements

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This section presents an introduction to the 1350 OMS WDM functionality and its relationship to the Element Management Layer (EML). All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 119 . Futher discussion of the functionality depicted on these slides will be discussed in more detail through out the course.

the NE needs to be configured with a NSAP OSI address. SNMP. When a SNMP or TL1 interface is used.). The 1350 OMS EML R 9. Note This module will discuss the creation of an 1830PSS (4G TL1) NE. the NE needs to be configured with an IP address. Q3 CNA etc. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 120 . TL1.When a Q3 interface is used.5 Operation course (TOS63017) provides creation procedures for the different families of equipment based on their management interfaces (Q3.

In the non-quoted string. including any special characters.The SID is known as the Target Identifier (TID) in 1830 PSS. The OSPF routing for the OAMP port should be set to redistribute if the routing table of the Gateway NE is not to be advertised externally. Consecutive hyphens (-) are not allowed. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 121 . including the hyphen (-) character or a quoted string up to 32 (for ETSI) and 20 (for ANSI). The SID/TID is composed of a string of up to 32 (for ETSI) and 20 (for ANSI) non case-sensitive alphanumeric characters. the SID/TID must start with a letter and end with an alphanumeric character. The number of hyphens used in the string must not be greater than four.

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OSPF is a form of dynamic routing which uses a routing table to determine the best route path. Static routes are routes through a data network described by fixed paths (statically). All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 127 .OSPF Areas is for an OSPF configuration where automatic routing is required.

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The Directory Field refers to the Physical Network Management GUI server (PNMIM) of the EML instance in which the NE must be created. The system takes account of each available “EMLIMSNA” and tries to make their load homogeneous. If more than one EML instance is available. the operator must select the desired PNM GUI Server from the drop-down list. EML will automatically chose these two parameters. in the above procedure. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 133 .If the operator doesn‟t select the Supervision Area and the EML Domain. Normally there is only one EML instance installed in 1350 OMS and the field is automatically completed with the proper value.

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This feature will be available in future releases. or a quoted string of up to 32 for ETSI (20 for ANSI) characters.e. Number of hyphens shall not be greater than four. If it is a non-quoted string. The NE address can be modified only if the NE is not supervised (i. 1830PSS GNE/RNE roles are defined at the IP DCN level and transparent to 1350 OMS. in the "declared" state). the NE identifier used in the messages exchanged between the NE and the EML.The GNE Flag enables a TL1 command line interface operator to act on a Remote NE (RNE) through a Telnet access to he Gateway NE (GNE). SID (or TID) must start with a letter and end with an alphanumeric character. the NE under creation can be used as a repository to download the SW to its Remote NE. The SNMP address setting is not required. Note For the creation of 1830 PSS NEs. Consecutive hyphens (-) shall not be allowed. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 135 .  SID (or TID) is a string of up to 32 (for ETSI) or 20 (for ANSI) non case-sensitive alphanumeric characters. the GNE/RNE flag setting is not critical and should be left in the default state. including the hyphen (-) character. must be equal to the “System IDentifier” (SID) set into the NE. the GNE/RNE flag is critical for other NE types thought. including any special character. 1350 OMS treats all the PSS NEs as GNEs. If the “FTAM” parameter is set to “Use GW”. However. The TID (Target Identifier) i.e. This feature is applicable only to the ANSI environment. For example correct settings are mandatory for TL1 NEs.

LAN interfaces etc. check to see if the NE is reachable.   Ping (Packet Internet Grouper) tests the DCN parameters (address. which is the platform on which the 1350 OMS is built. DCC.Prior to starting supervision.) Supervision tests the supervision rights The Ping NE function of the Telecommunication Network Management OS enables the administrator to test the communication link with an NE. The Ping NE function is managed by the Middleware Interface (MW-INT) application. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 136 .

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It enables the gathering of information concerning the behavior of the NE with respect to its functional state. the “Supervision State” attribute changes from DECLARED to SUPERVISED.Supervising NEs is an essential aspect of the network management. The supervision of an NE consists in establishing a communication that allows the user to perform EML operations such as configuration and alarm management. The NE address must be declared before starting the supervision of this NE. After supervision is started. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 138 .

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To open the network list: “Search  Map  Networks” (only ROOT is shown). it is then possible:    To search the contained Sub-Networks or other Physical or SDH (OTN) objects. To modify (or even delete) the selected sub-network All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 141 . To create a new contained sub-network. From the Sub-Networks in the Sub-Network lists. From the ROOT object in the list it is possible to create sub-networks (“Actions  Create Sub-Network”) or list the first-level sub-networks (Search  Sub-Networks).All the procedures on networks and sub-networks described in the present Module can be issued as well from the MS-GUI networks and sub-networks lists.

based on the desired hierarchy. “ROOT” cannot directly contain nodes.“ROOT” is always configured by default as the root network under which all managed sub-networks must be created. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 142 .

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Only the filtered list of NE belonging to the “subnets” defined by any of the masks will be given back to the GUI. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 153 . In case of the operator is not filling in any filtering criteria.The operator is optionally allowed to enter a filtering criteria defined in terms of a list IP Address/Mask pairs. the discovery scope will consist of the overall subset of 1830PSS network elements that are reachable from the NE where the action is triggered.

In the case of an „Abort‟ request. depending on the number of NEs to be discovered.The discovery process can last several minutes. the NEs discovered up to the time the discovery was interrupted can be created by clicking on “Next”. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 154 . Location Name and Supervision area are populated based on the gateway NE by which the process has been started.

The address and User ID and password of the auto discovered NEs are automatically set during the discovery procedure. check NE IP address. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2012 1350 OMS WDM Operation and Maintenance Page 155 .   Address is set based on the info sent by the discovered NEs. Eventually change the location name. and start supervision. User ID and password are the same as the ones of the Gateway NE. User ID and password.

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